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#235) How to Negotiate a $50K Salary Increase | Claudia Miller

Season 1, Ep. 235

Maybe you feel underpaid and you want to ask for that raise. Or maybe you’re looking for that next job and you want to come to the table ready to negotiate with your hiring manager. 


In this episode, we’re not only going to cover the best questions you should think about in preparing but also how to manage the actual conversation. Whether you’re at the table or in the Zoom meeting, you’ll feel much more confident and ready to step up and actually land that dream compensation that you’ve been waiting for. 


My next guest is someone who has done just that with her own clients. 


Claudia Miller is a bilingual Career Coach & Host of her own Podcast 'Roadmap To The Executive Suite'. She helps serious professionals secure dream jobs, with dream salaries, at their dream companies -- including fast-growing startups, rockstar midsize companies, and Fortune 500 and Tech Giants. It should come as no surprise that she also helps her clients negotiate salary increases of up to $50,000. Business Insider names her one of the "Top 23 Most Innovative Career Coaches of 2020".


So as you can see Claudia is going to be just awesome, and this episode is going to really help you out if you’re looking for that next raise.



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#237) Mental Health for Job Seekers | Kyle Elliott

Season 1, Ep. 237
Mental health is such an important issue because let’s be honest, the job search is tough. As a major transition, it can be one of the most stressful parts of life, and too many people are putting the focus on landing that next dream job and not enough focus on themselves. The result is often that we end up with more stress, and the job search can be prolonged even delaying our long term career happiness. Let’s turn that around today, by bringing the topic of wellbeing and mental health to the spotlight.My amazing guest today is Kyle Elliott, the founder and career coach behind CaffeinatedKyle.com. As a result of working with Kyle, senior managers and executives have landed jobs at Facebook, LinkedIn, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and nearly every other Fortune 100/500 company you can think of. They have also found happiness.With over a quarter of a million followers on LinkedIn, Kyle was awarded as a Top Job Search Expert to Follow on the platform. A trusted career expert, Kyle’s words have been featured on Forbes, Fast Company, The Muse, and The Ladders, among dozens of other leading publications. He is an official member of the invitation-only Forbes Coaches Council, a member of the Gay Coaches Alliance, and a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES).Before we get into today’s show, I just wanted to tell those of you out there that as a constantly growing team, we are always looking to hire the best talent, including our all-star team of resume writers. If you love to simplify complex ideas, transform information into persuasive benefits, tell authentic and compelling stories, and help people improve their lives, you‘re the kind of person we’re looking for.We invite you to learn more about how we help professionals around the world advance in their careers every day.https://www.letseatgrandma.com/careersYou’ll see our open positions. Let the hiring manager know you came from the podcast, and I’m sure it will strengthen your application just a bit more.Without further ado, here’s Kyle Elliott on how to take care of your wellbeing during a major period of transition.Resources:Get more help on your applications from Let’s Eat, GrandmaCheck out Kyle’s website for career coaching resourceFollow Kyle on LinkedInFollow us:FollowChrison LinkedInCheck us out onInstagramSubscribe toLet’s Eat, Grandma’sYouTube channel for video podcast highlights