Hey everyone, its Chris here, and it's important to give more than you're paid to as a web developer.
Now, I know some of y'all might be thinking, "Chris come on, why should I give more than I'm paid to? Isn't that just gonna make me feel like I'm being taken advantage of?" But let me tell you, my friends, giving more than you're paid to is actually one of the smartest moves you can make as a web developer.
Here's the thing: in today's world, the competition is fierce. There are hundreds of thousands of web developers out there, all vying for the same gigs and trying to make a name for themselves. So, how do you stand out from the crowd? How do you make yourself indispensable?
The answer is simple: you give more than you're paid to. You go above and beyond what's expected of you. You take the time to really understand your client's needs and deliver a product that exceeds their expectations. You stay up late, work weekends, and do whatever it takes to get the job done right.
And here's the beautiful thing: when you give more than you're paid to, you create a reputation for yourself as someone who goes above and beyond. You become the go-to person for all the best gigs, the one that clients trust to deliver the goods no matter what. And when those juicy gigs start rolling in, guess who's gonna be making bank? That's right, you are.
So, my fellow devs and future partners and clients, don't be afraid to give more than you're paid to. It's not about being taken advantage of, it's about being smart and building a reputation for yourself as a top-notch web developer. Trust me, the rewards are more than worth it. Carpe Diem!