How to double your Salary in 30 days


  1. Set the goal!
  2. Research and identify opportunities;
  3. Apply for positions that fit your qualifications;
  4. Track sent applications;
  5. Negotiate your salary once you receive an offer.

The first step is to set a goal to double your salary in 30 days. This may seem like a daunting task, but it is important to have a clear and attainable goal in mind.

Mark this date, 1 month from now on your Calendar! “Double my salary!”

In 30 days your goal should be to apply to at least 300 jobs, why this many? Practice and daily repetition to reach your goal is the key and applying to 10 jobs in 1440 minutes each one of us has in a day is little enough.

Tip: You need to believe in yourself to achieve your goal! Don’t quit in the middle of this experiment.

The next step is to research and identify opportunities that offer the potential to double your salary. There are many ways to do this, but the most successful ones is looking on high-quality networks and job boards with niche or filtered jobs like:

Tip: look for companies with funding and a good growth trajectory.

Once you have identified some potential opportunities, the next step is to apply for positions that fit your qualifications. This process should be handled as fast as possible

Look at your calendar and mark off 30 days. For each day, write down at the end of each day how many jobs you have applied to.

Tip: Apply always at the same time each day, before working? After dinner? Find the right time for you.

You need to always track every single application, remember your goal is to apply to at least 10 jobs each day. My favorite way to do this is using a simple “Google Sheet” document you can copy from here.

Tip: Use a spreadsheet to record your results described in the next step.

The final step is to negotiate your salary once you receive an offer. This is an important step, as it will determine your starting salary and set the stage for future earnings. It is important to remember that you have the power to negotiate your salary, so do not be afraid to ask for what you deserve.

I also suggest you read this article I wrote on the topic:

If you want to help me out you can:

Remember to clone the Google Sheet document to track your applications:

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