Do You Take Your Knowledge For Granted?

February 12th, 2015 by under Business - General, Business Strategy, Information Marketing, Marketing, Uncategorized. 1 Comment.

You are an amazing expert. You are, you just don’t always think you are…you don’t always recognize it or give yourself enough credit for what you know, what you’ve done, and how much you have accomplished.

I often say, you only have to be 10 minutes ahead of where the person you’re talking to is in order to help them. And, you only have to know 10% more than somebody else to be an expert in their eyes.

GOOD NEWS!  That means you don’t have to know everything and be perfect before you start!

When you’re developing courses, webinars, teleseminars, or anything else in your business, remember there are always people who are at a different place in their business – you always have something to add to that.

Don’t underestimate your ability to make a difference in somebody’s life and business. You never know when the one thing you say will be the exact thing that person needed to hear.  You could be somebody’s hero and not even know it.

What I’m really saying here is your knowledge and how you express it and package it matters. The way you say what you say that’s different from how somebody else says it will resonate with the people it’s supposed to, and you may never even know the impact it made.

Keep doing what you do!  It’s important…even when you doubt it (or yourself) and even when you aren’t sure.

If you’re serious about your business and growing it, you want to check out the “Implementation Coaching Event™” in Atlanta, Georgia, February 19 & 20th!


Prosperity & Abundance to You –


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Debi  on February 12th, 2015

Wow! This message really spoke to me! Because I am ensconced in the world of Autism, I have a tendency to believe that everyone is at my level of understanding when it comes to the myriad facets of it. I tell myself, “Who am I to say I’m an expert? I’m sure everyone out there already knows this stuff.” But it’s not true. I can help people through my research and experiences. I know more than I think I do, and that’s valuable!

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