Did you know there’s a right and a wrong way to ask for a pay rise?

There’s also a ‘never going to happen’ way because you’re not being brave enough to ask.

We understand that asking for a salary can be daunting & even a little scary - that’s why we created a cheat sheet to help you. Just call us your financial PA’s.

Learn how to successfully ask for the pay rise you deserve (without p*ssing off your boss) with our free 10 step Guide.

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Asking for the Pay Rise You Deserve Here
The facts are startling. 

Women are less likely than men to ask for a pay rise.

Nearly 2/3 of women (60%) said they had never asked for a raise, compared to 48% of men.

When they do ask for a pay rise, they’re less likely to receive it. Just one in five (21%) women were successful, compared to nearly a third (31%) of men.

We can give you so many examples that demonstrate women’s reluctance to negotiate a pay rise.

For example, a survey of masters’ students entering new jobs indicated the female students were likely to take the first offer of pay, while male students were eight times more likely to negotiate a higher starting salary.

There’s also data that exists around the value of part-time workers and their ability to negotiate higher salaries due to the perception that they’re already benefiting from their role being split.

To Which I Call BS.

There are many reasons why women aren’t asking for pay rises, negotiating for what we’re worth or being successful when we ask for more money. Some of this comes from wanting to appear ‘nice’, to not wanting to be seen as ‘pushy’, to ‘not thinking we’re good enough’.

It’s time to realise that negotiating for a pay rise is no different from negotiating with a toddler, asking someone out on a date or haggling for a bargain at a street fair. Sure, it might be daunting and even uncomfortable, but there is a way where you can both win. Our 10 step guide will show you how to do just that.

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Asking for the Pay Rise You Deserve Here

Hi, I’m Mel!

I'm an ex-accountant and ex-financial advisor with over 25 years experience in the finance space.

So I have the theory. But I also have the life experience.

I've started three different 7 figure businesses and helped thousands of clients with their business and their finances. I'm also an investor in shares and property and a multi-millionaire in my own right, having started from less than nothing in my 30s. And before you think that I came from money, I didn't. I'm from the Western Suburbs of Sydney.

I’ve also been a boss for over 20 years and have been on the end of many successful (and non-successful) salary negotiations so I know what works, what doesn’t work and what will p*ss your boss off.

My mission is to help women not just become financially resilient but financially thrive.