How To Become The Expert That You Know You Are

How You Can Become An Instant Expert







Are you one of those people that have a belief  that they don’t have the expertise like “others”  do, to attract high quality people?





There is a way to become an INSTANT EXPERT at anything you want… and do it FAST!





Would you like to know HOW?





Of course you would!!








Simply study and educate yourself on everything that you know that will help you with your business… it sales,marketing, blogging, inspiration as well as great inspirational authors like Zig Ziglar and Brian Tracy, etc.






Believe me, it will all start to “sink in”  and produce results for you.





You “will”  become and expert and authority in the eyes of others and they will think that you “really”  know this stuff, even if you do not see yourself as an expert…..they will.





All because you learned something, applied it to your business, and then taught it to others…








Think about it…..






The reality is, if you know more about a topic than other people, then you are an expert in that field.





Here’s A Brain Dead Simple Plan To Become An Expert…

  • Let me ask you this:  “Are there things you know about this business which others don’ t
  • If you’ve been at it for awhile, I can guarantee you know more about marketing, internet and building a home business than most.
  • If you really want to become an expert at something, then here’s an original idea.
  • Go and buy some books on this topic.
  • And then… READ THEM!
  • If you just read the table of contents from 5 books, and skim through the main sections, you’ll know a hell of a lot more on this in a few hours than the rest of the population.
  • You must become serious about this, and than commit to spending an hour a day to mastering this topic.
  • Do it for 30 days, and you’ve got 30 hours of expertise.





Imagine if you do it for year… that’s 360 hours that you’d invest in becoming an expert…….at which point, not only would you have mastered this, but you’d know more about it than 99.99% of people.






The moment you start teaching others… is the moment you gain instant recognition as an expert.






Fortunately, you don’t need an overhead projector, a dry erase marker, and a room full of people to do this……





All you need is a blog, some inspiration, and one other thing that 99% of people seem to avoid











Seriously do it today, you’ll be amazed what happens when you actually do it.








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To Your Success,
Joan Harrington











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0 Replies to “How To Become The Expert That You Know You Are”

  1. I love the concept that we are all experts in something, and it’s our responsibility to share it with others. The other day someone said to me, “we need to identify your unfair advantage over others, and exploit it.” Which is to say (or my interpretation) that everyone has something really unique, or a combination of somethings that is unique…so share it. Thanks!

  2. Joan, what a wonderful job you do of sharing what you learn! So many people will benefit from your example of studying, learning and putting it into action…consistently.

  3. Have you read Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell? To become an expert at something you need to spend 10,000 hours doing it. So it is really, really hard to become an expert. But to do things well and succeed, you do not need to be an expert. You just need to use all that experience and savvy that you have and put it to good use – a lot of it listening to real experts! Or maybe you have done something for 10,000 hours and you need to figure out what that is and how to take advantage of it. But I do not think that anyone can become an expert at something in just one year. Just IMHO! Jina

  4. Great post, Joan! I agree that studying up on something can give you a step-up. About that 10000 hours that J Hugo mentioned–sometimes it is good to be what I call a “novice expert” because you know the rudiments but you aren’t locked in to whatever “party line” the profession adheres to and you are more open to new ideas. I find this to be true in the field of mental health. Providers become so involved in all the diagnostic and theoretical aspects that they can forget what works best to help the client– warmth, kindness and engagement.

  5. Thank You, Joan. I saw a picture once that said “Everybody In The World Knows Something You Don’t”. When we are that someone for somebody and that something takes them closer to their success we become an ‘expert’ in their eyes. It’s not about knowing everything about everything – the Master builds people in my opinion. prp

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