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Tactially mistake on your part. "I'll think about it" is a perfectly valid answer, but it can mean two things: Your boss needs to do some actual homework and thinking Your boss has no intention of doing anything and just ignores you hoping it'll go away by itself. You should have clarified what exactly that means and what the time frame is. A ...


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Given that you have already asked, I wont go though how to ask for a raise etc... and I will assume your company doesn't have a specific policy on how promotions or raises work. Responses are probably going to be very opinion based on this, it depends on your relationship with your boss regarding how pushy you can be. I would not take it as a No. There is ...


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This is most definitely a "no". If it wasn't a "no", your boss would have given you some action items that you or he could do to forward your request to get that raise you want. Something like, "I'll ask upper management if we have the budget", or "I'll keep this in mind for our manager standup next week" or "An ...


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You can take it as a maybe, but more likely a "no". Pick up a book on sales that focuses on closing strategies. You left the door open for your boss, and he walked out, and you missed the sale. When you negotiate, you need to close the sale before the meeting is over, or it's always "no". Absolutely follow up in about two weeks, set up a ...


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