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|Posté le: Lun 16 Avr - 04:13 (2018) Sujet du message: Best Tips - Why Slowing Down Makes You an Expert Faster
|Specifically what is the likeness between Tony Robbins (motivational speaker), David Allen (productivity guru), Darren Rowse (professional blogger), Jamie Oliver (television cook) and Jillian Michaels (well-known fitness trainer)?
They will be very successful in what they do - and they are also top experts in their own field.
How did they reach this status?
Do they just read a book on a topic and decide that they automatically go to their own field? Or perhaps did they one day just announce to the public they are gurus?
Zero ... they did not.
What about you then: Do you want to get an expert? Do you feel that you could start a blog, write a handful of "6 tips" articles and announce that you are an expert? Could you reach an expert overnight position - by doing something haphazardly and wishing that someone will notice you?
Should you answer "yes" to any of these questions, you are on an unacceptable track. In fact, you will never reach that recognized "go-to-person" position in your field if you keep this thinking.
Goodbye book signing travels and goodbye TV shows; you will be still in the dust of mediocrity with other hopeful experts.
The missing elements of competence
For some reason, many people want to reach to expert status overnight. They are not willing to work their asses to reach that "go-to-person" status. Rather, they need to take shortcuts; they want everything faster and easier.
Another major issue on their path is the lack of focus. They hustle around more they feel that they have specialize in each aspect of their field. Otherwise they feel they are going to be left on a level of mediocrity.
Even if they start to give their attention to the original patterns - being generalists rather than specialists. Do you need new free guest posting sites please.