It’s easier to make a case for a raise and promotion when you have a clear sense of your own performance. Unfortunately, that part is never easy.

If you were asked offhandedly to assess your work performance, chances are you’d say you’re smart, hardworking, well-liked by your coworkers, and respected by your boss. Maybe you’d mention you’re committed to the company and feel pretty good about the work you do. And maybe you’d even be right.

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