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From when you graduate, be unashamedly interested in money. Read salary surveys, ask colleagues, mentors and recruiters about it. Knowing the market and our market value will help us negotiate a better pay.

#entry level professional #introvert #advertising #salary negotiation skills
Fabiana Xavier
Senior Creative @ SheSays UK

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Remember 75% of people who ask for raises get some kind of pay bump.So just ask.
And if they say it’s not possible, ask for a timeline on when it would be appropriate. Get them to agree to a future date.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Cindy Gallop
Founder @ MakeLoveNotPorn

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According to several surveys, the best time to ask for a raise is on Friday and specifically in the morning. If you're not a morning person, become one (for the day).

#entry level professional #introvert #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Cindy Gallop
Founder @ MakeLoveNotPorn

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I spent a long time trying to be a type of leader that I thought I should be or the type of leader people expected of me. I finally said I have to be who I am, even though that’s quite different from the old idea of a leader. There is no one right kind of leadership; you pick the right leadership for you and the situation you’re in. Although you might have to adjust who you are in certain situations or talking to different people, everyone has to do that. Feel comfortable with who you are and how you approach the work you want to do, don’t try to be something else.

#senior level professional #ambivert #all Industries #leadership skills
Heather Fullerton
CEO @ MOON TO MARS

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Love is “knowing within” what feels right. It's allowing to give your body space and relaxation and letting it tell you what it needs. Be cautious of the tension at your hinge, where your lower jaw connects with your upper jaw. Feel the soles of your feet touch the soles of your shoes and be more conscious of your body. In the end, I personally believe that success comes down to gratitude. Avoid comparing other people’s success, especially without coming back to your own goals as they should be made attainable for you and not for other people.

#any level #introvert #all Industries #interviewing skills
Gemma Gambee
Creative Strategist @ Gemma Gambee Consultancy

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