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3 Steps becoms an expert

October 24th, 2014 11:21 AM by Eric Fang

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Peter Economy, management expert and co-author of the bestselling book, "Managing for Dummies," says the secret to being more valuable at your job, revitalizing your career, or getting paid more is simple—become an expert. He recommends the following three steps to get there: 

Step 1. Understand what you're interested in. What you already know can put you within short reach of being an expert in your field (if you aren't one already). This is the least time-intensive route. But if what you're already doing no longer interests you, you must find something inspiring enough to make learning feel effortless. 

Step 2. Focus on one thing at a time. Learn too many things at once and you'll be overwhelmed and probably fail. Don't move on to the next subject of your expertise until you feel comfortable with the one you're working on now. 

Step 3. Practice makes perfect. There's no such thing as an overnight expert. Be willing to invest the time for:
  • Studying. Reading, taking courses, attending training or seminars, watching videos, hiring a mentor, and learning from other experts are all great avenues.
  • Applying. Getting practical experience will help you go deeper, work out the kinks, and fully explore your field of expertise.
  • Presenting. Documenting your findings with a journal or blog will help you understand even more facets of your expertise. If at all possible, write or speak about your trials and resolutions, teaching others about your journey.
Please feel free to pass these tips along to your team, clients and colleagues. 
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Posted by Eric Fang on October 24th, 2014 11:21 AM



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