Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote that “each person is compensated in like manner for that which he or she has contributed”. Known as “The Law of Compensation”, it has been studied and proven over and over again by philosophers, psychologists, and researchers. It simply means, you reap what you sow. Notice the word “you” in that statement. You have the control over your compensation.
Self-help expert and business success, Earl Nightingale, may have said it best by breaking it down into these three components:
“Your Compensation is directly related to the
need for the service you provide,
your ability to do it, and
how easy it is for you to be replaced.”
The exact key to your compensation lies in the second part of this equation, “your ability to perform the serv