Monday, 25 June 2018

How much are you worth?

How you answer this question directly relates to how much you make per year!

Research has shown most people make anywhere between 40% lower to 10% above of what they think they are worth, income wise.

For example if you feel you are worth $100,000 per year, your annual income will most likely be between $60,000 to $110,000.
The law of expectation comes to play here and usually what you expect comes true. Your annual income is like a thermostat. If you make less than what you think you are worth, you will work harder to bring your income up. And if you make more than what you think you are worth, you will spend it freely to subconsciously bring your income down to the level you are comfortable with.

The first step to increase your income is to truly believe that you are worth more. What you expect, will come true most of the times. 
 
 
 

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