Reset Your Job Mindset
The Industrial Revolution created a labor and wage system in which employees can't develop.
Workers have been brainwashed to believe that a fixed salary is the only way to get paid. This myth is maintained by parents, teachers, friends and society.
Employees grow in skills and value to their employers but their salaries don't keep pace with their growth. Enough! Raise your own salary! More
Make More Money Than Your Boss, at Your Job.
Your current job is a platform for the creation of riches not only for your employer, but also for you. The Industrial Revolution gave us many wonders and raised the global society to unimaginable heights. But it also created a dysfunctional labor and remuneration system in which most people (employees) can't fully develop personally and professionally because, even if you love your job, sometimes the money you get in return for your labor just doesn't make sense.
For hundreds of years, employees all over the world have been brainwashed to believe that a controlled-limited salary—one that doesn't even keep pace with inflation—is the only way they can get paid for the hard work they do.
This myth is perpetuated by everyone we interact with—parents, teachers, friends, employers, the media, and society in general. But in today's world—where through the power of the mind, the Internet, and other modern technologies we have more resources and self-knowledge available to us than entire industries did just a few decades ago—it simply doesn't have to be this way.
You, as an employee, grow in talent, skills, and value to your employer, but your salary doesn't keep pace with your development. Your employer uses your present and future skills to create more wealth for himself and his partners while you have to make ends meet with your limited income as your cost of living keeps rising: rent, mortgage, food, transportation, etc.
A lot of people will tell you that you should be happy if you have a job in these tough economic times, and this is true. But what very few people will tell you is that you can benefit immensely from your employer's business resources if you stop behaving like an employee and change gears to become an Employeepreneur. You can raise your own salary. But you need to look at your job with a new set of eyes and use your employer's resources to your advantage.
Peter Drucker said, "Business has only two functions—marketing and innovation." Companies market to get more customers and innovate to create more products and services to sell to those customers. However (and this is good for you), no company on earth has a monopoly on innovation or marketing because they are both based on human creativity and on human capital (or what I call a burning desire to accomplish something).
Wouldn't it be nice to have access to your employer's resources (products, services, equipment, infrastructure, contacts, etc.) to increase the company's bottom line and also your salary?
The truth is that in these uncertain times your employer needs you more than ever. He needs your intellect, drive, and input, but he doesn't dare tell or ask you directly because he knows that he then has to increase your salary. Don't wait for your boss or employer to raise your salary; raise it yourself.
In this book you will find out how to:
* Raise your own salary without getting a second job
* Get residual income even if you leave your job
* Enjoy your job and make it more personally and financially rewarding
* Use your future skills for your benefit and not only your employer's
* Enjoy more time off on vacation with family or friends
* Break the job routine and start living your life by your own rules
* And much, much more…
This book presents useful and practical information for employees anywhere in the world to raise their own salaries using their employers' resources on a local or global scale.
Don't miss out on this vital information that can truly change your life!