10 lessons from How to Raise Your Own Salary by Napoleon Hill:

1. Know your worth. Before you can ask for a raise, you need to know what you're worth. Do some research and find out what other people in your position with your experience are making.

2. Be prepared to negotiate. Don't expect your boss to just hand you a raise. Be prepared to negotiate and be willing to walk away if you don't get what you want.

3. Focus on your accomplishments. When you're negotiating for a raise, focus on your accomplishments. What have you done that has made a positive impact on the company?

4. Be confident. Believe in yourself and your worth. If you don't believe in yourself, no one else will.

5. Be persistent. Don't give up if you don't get a raise the first time you ask. Keep working hard and eventually you will be rewarded.

6. Be patient. Raising your salary takes time and effort. Don't expect it to happen overnight.

7. Be willing to take risks. If you want to earn more money, you may need to be willing to take risks. This could mean asking for a promotion, starting your own business, or taking on more responsibility at work.

8. Be willing to learn new things. The world of work is constantly changing, so you need to be willing to learn new things to stay ahead of the curve.

9. Be willing to network. Networking is a great way to learn about new opportunities and meet people who can help you raise your salary.

10. Be willing to give back. When you're successful, don't forget to give back to others. This could mean mentoring someone, volunteering your time, or donating to charity.



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