I need an advice; if anyone can help I would be grateful.
I am a freelancer and recently I got a project from a client, who can hire me permanently, I would love that because I didn’t have any proper job from three years. However, because it is a start-up I am not sure how much salary they will offer to me. I have a certain amount in my mind and I know they like my work a lot. What can I do, so that they can offer me my desired salary when they finally hire me after few weeks? I am sure the job is mine, just a good salary can finally put my life back on track.
What is/are the fear(s) and doubt(s) you have going on that you're not consciously allowing to come to the surface? Identify these first and foremost. IME this is much more effective than doing anything "positive".
Mentally follow the fear/doubt to their conclusion, see what arises.
You may find you aren't as sure as you think you are that the job is yours, or that it's yours because they are going to offer a crap salary that no person with self-esteem would ever take, or that start-ups are risky, or that you really liked not working a proper job so you don't totally want the job, that you really want to move somewhere else, that you don't deserve such a great job....it can be absolutely anything.
Healing/solutions always happen in the mind. The more you're willing to be aware of how you really feel, which is because of what you think/believe, the faster your life gets better (and better and better, it's endless).The outside world with all it's objects and persons and situations does a priceless job of showing you your vibration, you just have to clean it up!
Well firstly look to see what you consider a good salary to be. Is it something that a start up would be willing to offer? How important is the salary to you? You see, you could get the ideal salary but hate the job - so its worth while looking to see if the salary is really a crucial factor for you - or if it is a reasonable amount that enables you to live and enjoy what you are doing? Its helpful to get clear on the reasons. Secondly, it sounds like you have a few weeks to prove yourself. Have the company asked you directly about the salary? Have you given them any feedback in relation to the salary?