I Asked My Co-Workers How Much Money They MakeOn September 18, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
– How much do you make? – Mmm. – Hey Pat.
– Hi. – Can I ask you a question?
– Sure. – How much do you make? – $33,000 a year? – I know that’s a lie. Why do you feel like you have
to lie about your salary? – It’s kind of tacky. – To talk about? – It puts up walls and
boundaries between people. It’s like, why, why even go there? Can’t we talk about other things? – How much money do you make? – Oh my gosh, I cannot be on
camera with this right now. Guys. – Are you gonna tell me a number? – No. – Ooooh. – Oh god, I don’t know. – (laughs) Uh. – Do you want me to whisper this to you? – Yeah. – I think we all know what we’re worth, but we’re afraid to go after it, because society tells us
that you’re not worth it. Like, even though I know what I’m worth, it’s still scary to go after
what I think that I’m worth, because there’s still
that voice in your head that tells you that you’re not worth it. – Why do you think no one teaches us? Why is there not like
a class or something? – Cause it’s all about power, like the less information you have, the more power the other side has. – Fuck, that was too real.
– (laughs) – Why don’t you think we
learn negotiating tactics? – I think some people do. They have like ballsy fathers. – (laughs)
– This is what you do, Jake, you come in, you don’t give a shit. – (laughs) Click here to watch my new show, Am I Doing This Right? It’s the perfect thing to
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