If you are disappointed on comp, you are in good company.
My client’s firm stretched hard for him, his bosses did all they could, but he still didn’t feel good about his number.
What do you do?
Look: There’s the short answer and there is the long answer.
Get To Your Answer
The short answer is you figure out your leverage and your options, and you either choose to stay put, or you explore your options.
The long answer is you step back from your career.
You figure out, how are you winning?
How are you not? What specific approach to success must you build if you are to get what you want?
And you ask yourself, who must I become?
What sort of person do I need to be? How much confidence and personal power do I need?
What skills does it take for me to take my game to a higher level?
You want to allocate the maximum time where you have the most impact, so you want to become a master of time management.
And you want to have more and more impact, so you want to train the skills that matter to building more success: mindset, communications, and selling.
How do you do all this?
In my books, I’ve already done the work for you!
PS: I WARN YOU, my books are not for the casual reader, but for people who are serious about getting what they want in their career.