Take 10 post-it notes, write the word “Invoice” on them and stick them throughout your office. You can have a million ideas for new products, but they aren’t worth the paper they’re written on (or the head they’re stored in) until you’ve shipped them and actually got paid for them.
5 tips to get paid more: –
Never stop investing in improving your skill set and understanding your client’s needs
Understand that in 24 months from now, you should not be getting paid what you are today; if you improve your skill set it will be easier for you to get paid more.
Learn quickly from all mistakes and do not repeat them
Consistently deliver quality products on-time or over-deliver on your service
Get positive reviews/recommendations and referrals
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