Does this question confuse you?
You might be thinking, 'Whatever the market rate is for my profession, or whatever the boss says I am worth'.
But, if you are one of the 40% of people who self-sabotage, you WILL have put a limit on how much you allow yourself to earn.
You set limits for 2 core reasons;
1. There is a limit on what you believe you are worth
2. You fear what the consequences would be if you earned more
There's a good chance that, like most people in this world, you've inherited your beliefs around money from childhood.
Growing up, money may have been a limited resource or 'the root of all evil'. One throwaway comment from the past sets an unconscious limit on your earnings now.
Most of the beliefs/stories about who we think we are are in place by the time we reach 7.
So if you haven't deliberately changed and updated them, a 7-year-old is running your finances!
How you think about money is key to changing how much you have.
Are you prepared to challenge your thinking around money?