How to Become an Expert In Your Field

How to Become an Expert In Your Field Avatar Posted by smpayton under Startups
From http://tweakyourbiz.com 606 days ago
Made Hot by: businessluv on April 23, 2013 9:28 am
Don't feel like an expert? Act like one anyway. Here are tips for becoming an expert, even if you're a newbie business owner.

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Written by nialldevitt
589 days ago

Hi Susan & welcome to Tweak Your Biz, it's great to see you here! I totally agree, confidence is critical towards giving prospects the right impression. Also, as you point out, you should not be afraid to try and learn new things, that's how we grow as people and as business owners. Thanks for a great first post.



Written by BizRock
605 days ago

Everyone want to be expert in own field! When you are expert you will have better reputation and better income. That is the goal. :)

Thank you for sharing!



Written by lyceum
606 days ago

Susan: What is your take on the "definition" of an expert: at least 10,000 hours on a specific topic / field / industry / job?



Written by smpayton
605 days ago

Martin-

I don't quantify being an expert. As I say, fake it til you make it. At first, it's more important that others see you as an expert. As you have achievements, you'll feel that way too.



Written by HeatherStone
606 days ago

Hi Susan,

Of course, everyone learns on the job, whether they work for themselves or for someone else. Just be sure you know the difference between something you have at least the basic skills to figure out and a situation where you are in way over your head. Thanks for sharing with the BizSugar community!



Written by smpayton
606 days ago

Agreed. I guess that should be the caveat: you can't do it all. Figure out what you're good at and hire for the rest.



Written by Sian Phillips
606 days ago

Welcome to Tweak Your Biz Susan - lovely to have you contributing over here now. I love this post and certainly agree with confidence attracting more business. Looking forward to your next post :)



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