Persuasive Conversations on Income
How you think, feel, and talk about money will impact more than just your paycheck.
There is a lot more tied to your income than the bills you pay from it. For most people, income is tied to identity.
Quinn has always been fearless. He never had a problem asking for a raise, a sale, or anything else he wanted. This helped him have a successful 30-year sales career, selling everything from computers and software to insurance and stocks.
Quinn is charming and flirtatious. He says what he thinks—even about controversial topics. A recent layoff has him searching for work in what seems like a foreign land.
- Employers don't appear to value his experience.
- His fearlessness now seems to offend people.
- He can’t keep up with all the changes in technology and society.
Quinn is struggling to find work and is resentful that what worked in the past doesn’t bring success in today’s world. He is in a downward spiral. His resentment is evident in his job applications, which means he is getting fewer interviews. This lowers his confidence even more, and he feels like he no longer knows who he is. That comes out in his resume and all the networking he is doing.
Like Quinn, your relationship with money doesn’t just impact your ability to get a job.
- Are you struggling to generate a higher income in the gig economy, #MeToo movement, or other workplace changes?
- Do you stay in jobs you hate and perform poorly because you don’t think you can get another job?
- Do you have trouble asking for raises, maybe because you subconsciously believe people who ask for money are “bad”?
- Do you talk yourself out of applying for promotions, hoping someone else will make your case for you?
Collectively, Jaime Campbell and Nance Schick have spent more than 30 years helping small business owners, not-for-profit executives, and other employee managers learn how to navigate an ever-changing marketplace and resolve conflicts around money. Combining the experiences of a Chief Financial Officer and an Attorney, they created this course to help you gradually adapt to the changes and increase your income. They don’t promise you millions of dollars overnight, in part because any Upper Limit Challenges you have will only re-set your income right back where you are comfortable. They ease you into the conversations and the actions that create lasting change—and they give you access to a student portal and a private online community for ongoing support.
Get the Tools and Change the Future
Persuasive Conversations on Income will give you the tools to handle tough conversations around what you earn, including those you have “with yourself” in your thoughts.
You will hear how Jaime, Nance, and their clients have grown beyond reflexive, fear-based responses to accumulating money. You will also get multiple opportunities to have productive and persuasive conversations that get you what you want.
You will learn how to:
- Overcome negative self-talk and persuade yourself that you can be trusted with money
- Prepare to communicate with confidence in job or client interviews and close the deal
- Talk candidly about your money situations with the people who need the truth
What You Get
This course includes:
- A pre-recorded webinar to open your mind and discussions about money
- Practice exercises to help you build skill in generating the conversations you once feared
- A resource list you can use time and again to develop an action plan
- A student portal for Q&A and constructive feedback from Jaime and Nance
- Access to the private Facebook group where you can get support, encouragement, and suggestions for more effective language
Take the first step toward becoming more empowered in the thoughts and actions involving and affecting your income.
You actually get two instructors for the price of one in this course!
Jaime Campbell, CPA, CGMA, MBA is co-owner and CFO of Tier One Services, LLC, a boutique accounting firm that helps not-for-profit and socially-conscious organizations grow through easy-to-interpret business analytics and financial modeling. In addition to being a CPA and CGMA, Jaime is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Certified Technical Trainer, and Certified Microsoft Master. She is author of Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise Edition 12.0 Cookbook for Experts published by Packt Publications. She has been named to the CP “A list” and “Women of Note” of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, where she was a Mercer County Chapter Board member, for “having a continuing impact on the accounting profession in the Garden State and beyond.”
Nance L. Schick, Esq. is a New York City attorney and mediator who focuses on keeping people out of court and building their conflict resolution skills, especially in business and employment disputes. Her holistic, integrative approach to conflict resolution draws from her experience as a crime victim, human resources supervisor, minor league sports agent, and United Nations representative. She is a 2001 graduate of the State University of New York Buffalo Law School trained in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation (ICERM). She is also creator of the Third Ear Conflict Resolution process, author of DIY Conflict Resolution: Seven Choices and Five Actions of a Master, and an award-winning entrepreneur, who has been acknowledged by Super Lawyers (ADR, 2018 & 2019), the New York Economic Development Corporation/B-Labs (Finalist, Best for NYC 2015 & 2016), U.S. Chamber of Commerce (2015 Blue Ribbon Small Business), Enterprising Women Magazine (Honorable Mention, 2014 Woman of the Year awards), and Urban Rebound NY/Count Me In (Finalist, 2013 Pitch Competition).