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Sales Rep Gets $40,000 Pay Raise In His New Job

MoneyIf you think you're worth more than you're currently paid, or if you are looking for a new job but are worried about what your salary may be, check out today's success story:

Good morning Peggy,

I was in fact able to secure the position of my dreams! With the assistance I received from CC [in the Total Access Coaching Club] I was able to control the entire multiple interview process and even negotiate a compensation package that was almost 5% above my "Ideal" (which I thought was in the ridiculous range) number. My last position paid in the 80-90k range, depending on bonuses. My new job, with more autonomy, will deliver in the 120-150k range, depending on bonuses.

I am very happy with the level care and concern that your staff showed me over the course of the last two weeks as I was progressing through the process.

Very truly yours,

Nathan S.

What can we learn from Nathan's story?  We can learn that it's possible to get your dream job and get paid well for it (even more than you hoped for).  It's all in how you go about finding the job, presenting yourself to the company, and having those interview conversations.  Job searching is a sales process, so it's all about how you present your product (you) and show your value so they can see that you are worth their investment in you.

If you'd like to have this kind of success story for yourself, join us in Total Access Coaching.

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