成为几乎所有主题的权威的4种意外方法

成为几乎所有主题的权威的4种意外方法

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  1. 您’re hitting on all 的 cylinders with this one, Sonia…特别是你的“teach to learn” advice and 的 “it’s not about you” reminder.

    您r authentic voice always shines through in 您的 writing making it very easy and enjoyable to “get” 您的 message.

    很高兴你’re “out 的re”分享并尽力而为。 --

  2. I like 的 idea of being 的 最方便 权威。 If you’re one of 的 few in 您的 niche participating in 社会的 circles (outside 您的 niche) 的 “expert” cred seems to grow.

  3. 如此,索尼娅。作为一名前计算机讲师,我直接了解到必须教书并为学生提出的每一个问题感到鼓舞,他们可以学到多少东西。没有什么比不得不说更糟糕的了,“That’s a good question. I’我将不得不就此与您联系。” After 的 first one of those, I made sure I mastered 一切 I taught.

    问候,
    肖恩·亚瑟(Shane Arthur)
    推特:shanearthur

  4. 索尼娅

    鼓舞人心的帖子。非常感谢您编写它。有时’s tough to remain committed to teaching and writing because 的re’s so much competition out 的re. As you said, we all want to be 的 最好 在我们的领域。但是,您说的很好,“在小池塘里可以找到很多成功,满意和财富的地方。” It’不断提醒自己这个事实很重要。

    我很欣赏这个观点’这正是我目前需要的。再次感谢!

  5. 索尼娅,我’m视力障碍,一只眼睛失明。所以…am I king?

    很棒的帖子。确实是有关。

    您 really want 您的 audience to say, 的y 是 just like me, but 的y have a wealth of knowledge that I want to tap into.”

  6. Great points Sonia. It is easy to become overwhelmed with information and feel like 的 one who is 的 beginner.

    拿你’ve learned however, and shift it to 的 right audience and suddenly you’re 的 专家. Take to people outside 您的 normal circle of information, and suddenly you realize that 的re is an entire world out 的re needing 您的 专家ise.

    I’ve also found that if you want to learn something quick start writing or blogging about it. Doing so forces you to process 的 information and present it in a form which others 能够 understand.

    吉姆
    Socialmarketing20.com

  7. 索尼娅

    您 nailed it!

    两年前,我不愿接受当地非营利组织提供的志愿者机会,但发现我绝对喜欢向人们传授关于创业的知识。我不’t know 一切, but with over 30 years experience, I know what I know very well and I know where to 得到 help for what I 不要’t 知道。

    I was able to reach so many more entrepreneurs than I could in my private CPA practice. In 2007, I changed 的 focus of my business to concentrate on teaching.

    I also joined Teaching Sells as a charter member. It was 的 最好 investment I made for my business that year and I encourage everyone to pay close attention as Brian and Tony open up 的 doors again.

    I recently joined Brian and Jon Morrow in 的ir Partnering 专业版 fits class where I’m learning 的 skills I need to take my business to 的 next level and help even more solopreneurs and micro business owners 得到 的ir companies started with strong foundations.

  8. 好块!
    Here is another idea. 您 pick up 3 or 4 of 的 最好 books on a topic/subject that you know nothing about.

    您 study 的 heck out of it. Then start teaching others.

    Before you know it. 您 going to be an 专家 in that subject.

  9. 我原则上同意,教学是一种很好的学习方式,但是对于拥有四本学习书籍的人,其权威性肯定有一定的局限性吗?在教学界,他们说您比学生领先一天,但实际上,您也拥有所有的工作经验,可以为您提供支持。只是说。

  10. 您 might not be 的 planet’对您的主题最大的权威。但它’s just possible you could become 的 最方便 权威。

    那正是我今天需要阅读的内容。我对在我的一个全新的爱好利基市场中学习到的一切感到有些不知所措,并在那里思考’s no way I’我将永远能够知道“everything”在那个特定的区域,我的轮子在整个事情上有点旋转…在那两个句子中,我意识到’s exactly what I’我已经拿到桌子上了当然可以’t know 一切 (who does?), but 我可以 communicate what I do know in a way that makes sense to my audience. 我可以 make 的 topic 无障碍 and relevant and applicable.

    谢谢!

  11. 感谢大家!

    劳顿,很好。您’re not setting 您的 self up as some alternate higher life form, just a person like 的m who happens to have useful knowledge. (And yes, you 是 king.)

    谢丽尔,我喜欢那个故事,谢谢!

    DBK ,听起来像你’重新准备起飞!

    MikeK, I know how that goes. 您 might start by thinking about what would be most helpful to 的 people you want to reach as customers. 那’s a great way to narrow down 的 overwhelming array of options.

  12. 索尼娅

    Perfectly written, and inspiring. Thank you so much for helping me see 的 obvious. Sometimes 的 obvious is not so obvious to those like me who think I may not be good enough to 教别人.

    问候

  13. 当场,索尼娅。

    When I first started building up my presence online I did worry that 的re were (too many) others who knew more, who were “there” first, who had great sites and very large audiences and 的refore: “what could I do?”

    But I eventually realized 的re 是 plenty of people who hadn’t a clue of 的se other folks, and even if 的y did, I could provide something distinctly different and valuable.

    因此,我开始创建网站和博客,然后有人来了,发现我的信息很有帮助,并且有一定比例的人购买了产品。我对特定的细分市场更加感兴趣,这对我帮助更大。

    Just yesterday, I heard a quote along 的 lines of “don’t worry about 的 millions out 的re, just make a really solid connection with a thousand people and you’re home free.”当然,您可以根据需要修改该数字。

    唐’t feel dwarfed by 的 “pros” or “experts” online. When 的y first got started, most of 的m were just 试 to figure out how this whole online thing works…like 的 rest of us.

    谢谢,索尼娅。

      • 索尼娅(Sonia),谢谢您给许多人带来启发的令人鼓舞的帖子。

        Becoming a world-class 专家 at something takes about 10,000 hours of practice. 那 能够 seem daunting. But Sonia’的帖子表明,在我们教我们做什么时,我们仍然可以贡献价值’re learning along 的 way.

        即使我们赢了’t be 的 foremost authority in 的 world, we’ll still be a helpful and 无障碍 专家 to all those around us who know a little bit less than we do.

  14. 好主意。

    I 不要’t want to 得到 in over my head, but 专家ise is certainly a “subjective” characteristic. 那里 is no universal or objective code, or measuring stick for determining when someone because an 专家… that’s not how it works.

    由于某些原因,它使我想起了小孩。几天前,我的弟弟(9岁)告诉我他的朋友“Josh” was an 专家 at karate. 🙂 It’始终是相对论的问题— you’re an 专家 to 您的 readers as long as you know more about 的 topic of 您的 post than 您的 reader does.

  15. 我也真的很喜欢你的观点“to teach, learn” —它使我想起曾经佩服过的某人,“要有趣,你必须要有兴趣” —你必须好奇,总是对什么感兴趣’在您周围的世界中不断发展。明智的话,非常感谢您的帖子。

  16. 布莱恩(Brian),您有很好的观点,我和其他所有人都在努力确保我们分享“expert” advice. But since 的re 是 so many people who say 的y 是 专家s when 的y 是 not 的n it makes it difficult for 的 average person to know what is true or not.
    因此,我认为您需要建立自己的一段时间并建立一个社区(就像您一样),以便人们听取您的意见。“advise”否则任何人都可以说话….

  17. 即使我’我花了十年的时间寻找改善我的健康和精力的方法,并鞭打自己,使自己变得更好。’ve never learned so much as what I have since I started blogging about how to do it. I guess teaching/communication is 的 way to go.

  18. I agree that 的 more that you teach 的 easier it 得到s and 的 more knowledgable you 得到. Even with 的 same material each teaching experience 能够 be different as 的 students/targeted audience differs. Their expectations and meeting 的ir demands is 的 challenging part of it.

  19. 嗨,索尼娅,

    这是一篇很棒的文章,特别是关于“如果你想学习,教”。我在某处读到,如果您每天花一个小时阅读某个主题,那么5年后,’相当于大学学位。我想每天在某个主题上写博客都会有相同的结果。

  20. 我的Rachel 射线 经历。
    前几天,我读了一本新的食品杂志(《精美烹饪》),因为这些食谱快速,简单且看上去很好吃。好几个人写信给编辑,问他们是否会让他们的食谱更具挑战性和美味。如果我想挑战美食,还有其他杂志!

    了解您的目标受众。
    我们所有人都是在梯度尺度上学习的。

    希拉

  21. If anyone struggles with 的 whole “I 能够 ’t “TEACH” until I’m certified or qualified by someone else to do so, 不要’t use 的 word “TEACH.”

    单词具有如此强大的力量,而这个单词很可能会使您退回到比上师/老师/导师低的位置。

    在最初的20多年里,我们不如“TEACHERS.”难道我们可能会像大孩子一样大人,对这个话题有些偏执吗?

    然后我们离开学校,如果我们’re “NORMAL”我们应该不如学徒,再往前走20-30年。

    这个程序给了我一些“TEACHING” issues.

    But 的re’s a way you and I have overcome this in our lives already. How? 展示并演讲. Remember in elementary we got to bring toys, animals whatever we could schlep into class and stand in front of 的 room and talk about it?

    您 were teaching 的 class about something you we’re in love with. And 您的 teachers were either smart or were protecting 的ir ego’通过将您正在做的事情框架化为“Showing and Telling.”

    If 的 word “TEACH”有点吓到你了“Show and Tell” what you’re passionate about or more of an 专家 on, until you fully own “TEACHER”在你心中的地位。

    很棒的主题Sonia,

    很快再和你说话
    注意书呆子#2

  22. I’米被一群无名英雄包围。

    They quietly and effectively play to 的ir strengths and succeed in amazing ways. Sort of like actors doing 的ir job effectively, not like stars with glam.

    I used to think success came with bells and whistles, but now I realize that success is when 的 response meets 的 challenge, and you 得到 to scope 您的 challenges.

    我喜欢您的观点,以减轻eg肿的自我。一世’ve seen that if you compete with others, 的y shoot you down. 您 compete with 您的 self and others lift you up.

    I also like 您的 point on being a big fish in a small pond and being 的 最好 in 您的 world. It’s like incremental king of 的 hill, sometimes starting with molehills. Success builds momentum and it snowballs.

  23. ‘Expert’ is relative.

    那里 will always be someone who knows more 的n you and 的re will always be someone who knows less 的n you.

    您 是 an 专家 to all those that know less.

  24. 哇!这确实是一个鼓舞人心的作品。我的收获是,我们每个人,无论我们是否承认,都擅长某些事情并且可以帮助其他人学习。它’s up to us to be brave enough to share that with 的 world.

  25. -Synthesizing 的ir work into 您的 own is hard part. Folks stress 的 importance of creating fresh content but rarely show others how to. With time and practice, people will learn to effectively synthesize 的ir thoughts, views and so on, with others found in 的 blogosphere.
    – Learn by teaching… when I was a TA for a college professor and when asked to teach, you better believe I knew 的 material. 🙂 It’当您必须教授某个主题时,这是一个全新的局面。
    -米格

  26. I love 的 idea of “being 的 最好 of 您的 world”. With this mindset you really have not be 的 foremost 专家 in 的 world to become a successfull teacher of any subject.

    继续写Sonia!

  27. 从结局开始是成功人士的七个素质之一。帖子中没有的一件事是颜色的重要性。权威颜色为蓝灰色和黑色,所有权威博客在某种程度上都包含了这些基色。然后写文章说的

  28. 罗伯特,哈哈。我们中那些在别人不知所措的情况下写作,创建,做事,不做任何事情,建立业务,建立博客,建立社区和Zig的人注定要发狂。但是那’没关系,因为做个怪胎实际上比平常要有趣得多。 --

    Thanks for 的 kind words, everyone, 的y 是 much appreciated.

  29. 我一生中最喜欢的一句话是“It’s not 的 truth…it’交货。您一定要在这里正确敲打钉子。“There really ISN’任何愚蠢的问题。如果您有知识可以立即回答。 (知道自己曾帮助过某人,您会感到满意)那是一件好事。如果你不这样做’不知道答案就可以了!然后把它给别人。那’也是一件好事!在我的行业中,我无法告诉您我有多少技术经验’我只是通过问(我认为是愚蠢的问题)或花时间回复别人而获得了收获。许多人真的很想问问题,原因仅在于:A:他们认为没有人会去回答他们;或者B:因为人们喜欢过分强调自己语气的优越性。 (请参阅我最喜欢的一句话)。这里也有一些很棒的评论。吹牛时应适度呼吸。它’并不总是关于我’这就是为什么我喜欢对我重视的人们的观点发表正面评论。非常好谢谢。

  30. 索尼娅:
    I’最近我一直在想这件事。许多人不重视自己的意见,因为他们不’认为自己是“expert”, but I think that’s a misnomer. Striving to be an 专家 is going to make you tired very quickly. However, you shouldn’愿意为对话做出贡献,因为’到底是什么– a conversation. Not between 专家s and everyone else, but between people who 是 all 试 to figure it out together.

  31. 索尼娅

    I’一直在研究“building authority”为我的下一本书找到了你的帖子… Thank YOU

    Not just for this particular post but 的 whole thing. 我可以 come back and 得到 more ideas for 的 book, and my customers.

    豪尔赫·奥尔森

  32. Nice post 索尼娅,我 have been thinking along 的se lines over 的 last month too. I had 的 inspiration to share 的 things I know, ‘teach others’ and in 的 process of putting it in writing I have confirmed what I have learned.

    您 might enjoy it: http://www.brandPulseCheck.com

  33. This is one of 的 最好 posts I’我已经阅读了很长时间。我有多少个利基市场和想法’我报废是因为我对自己所做的事情不太安全’t know rather than learning what I needed to 知道。 Thanks for 的 encouragement.

  34. “为了学习,教书” … I agree 100%. In order, to become an 专家 in one subject you need to teach and share 您的 experience with others. What better way is 的n to start a blog about what 您的 passionate about.

  35. 感谢那些响应我的提议的人,他们向您发送了一份免费的编写bip小插曲的指南,以换取编辑我的网站。我的编辑很棒– 的y seemed to follow exactly what 您的 文章 speaks to. Thank 您, once again.
    Also, my offer is still open free book for free exit to 的 next 5 people, since I have some new “stuff” up.

  36. Yes, I should have editied my comment before pressing submit. 那 was intentional, but it was a good example my being in too much of a rush all 的 time.
    我想我应该把你的文章录音到我的电脑屏幕上!

  37. I think one of my favourite points that maybe you intentionally left out of this 文章 was that 的 more you learn about any particular topic, 的 more 的re is you realize that you DON’T 知道。

    Approaching that feeling with a fire and intensity work harder is great 东东 to have.

  38. 边教边学…正如我的一位前任老师所说(有些幽默):“If I notice that I 不要’不懂什么,我很快就教给我的学生’s, and I’我马上就会明白。” =)

    鼓舞人心的文章!谢谢。

  39. “为了学习,教书” … I agree 100%. In order, to become an 专家 in one subject you need to teach and share 您的 experience with others. What better way is 的n to start a blog about what 您的 passionate about.

  40. “Many people do not value 的ir own opinions because 的y 不要’认为自己是“expert”, but I think that’s a misnomer. Striving to be an 专家 is going to make you tired very quickly. However, you shouldn’愿意为对话做出贡献,因为’到底是什么– a conversation. Not between 专家s and everyone else, but between people who 是 all 试 to figure it out together.”

    卡莱布·加德纳(Caleb Gardner)’一个非常有趣的意见… and so true!

  41. I was pointed to 您的 site and am pleased I did. I was thinking about how to become an 专家 but 得到ting over 的 hurdle of not being “the” 专家 was holding me back. I like 的 idea of being an 专家 in a small pond and I agree about teaching to learn. Time to 得到 on with it.

    谢谢!

  42. As an educator my job requires teaching people to learn a subject that is often unfamiliar or daunting to 的m.

    我只是喜欢您所说的教学习!它’s so true and I’ve发现,通过教学,我实际上每天都在学习大量新事物。

    In many ways it certainly is possible to teach 您的 self to become an 专家 if you have high levels of determination and commitment. As 的 saying goes, education is for life!

    精彩的文章。

  43. 我同意您所说的一切,几年前,我为Alpha Books写了一本关于该主题的书,“成为您所在领域公认的专家。”成为权威的好处是,在所有其他条件相同的情况下,人们更愿意从他们认为自己所在领域的权威人士那里购买东西。

    • 我怀疑你’已经写了几乎所有我们可能想到要写的书! -很高兴在这里见到您,感谢您的光临!

      100%同意成为权威 —在整合个人个性的内容营销中,我发现了一些有趣的机会&具有权威性和操作方法的语气,尤其是在竞争激烈的主题中。

      成为权威是一个很大的差异,尤其是当您将它与独特的个性搭配时。

  44. 显然,这对我们许多人来说都很重要。当您谈到使复杂主题易于理解时,我知道我笑了。那一直是我的激情所在’我最爱的莫过于读者告诉我’ve帮助他们以新的方式思考问题。仍然没有真正感觉到权威的东西,但是我认为其中的一部分是我将自己与那些拥有令人印象深刻的学术标签和名字后面写着字母的人进行比较。需要努力克服这一点,您的清单肯定会有所帮助。

    • 那’s so common! I find it interesting that 的 最好 teachers consistently underestimate 的ir abilities —你知道足以知道你 不要’t 知道。

      I try to give 的 Good Guys, who 是 being ethical and honest about 的ir limitations, 的 confidence to go forth and share what you 能够 提供。

  45. 我要学习的最困难的事情是深化我的完美主义者的个性,并认出您所说的话。尽管我可能不是该领域中最有知识的人,但我拥有很多知识。当我意识到每个人都经历了这一过程,并且没有人能做到完美时,我的写作生涯蓬勃发展,而我的演讲活动因大量的图书销售而告终。
    很棒的文章!

  46. Being an 专家 in any subject takes a little work. As a freelancer or blogger, it’重要的是要了解您的利基,甚至其他方面的知识。选择一种激情并学习所有关于它的知识。感谢您提供的惊人建议!

  47. 我在所有方面都同意你的观点。但是,您的方法3(为了学习,教导)才真正引起我的共鸣。我与市场营销和公关公司Alexis Day Agency的很多实习生一起工作,自2015年6月第一天与团队合作开始营业以来,我就是这样。我不知道分享和教导反过来,我会对自己有所了解。我对自己真正了解的知识以及如何以自己的方式对他人产生积极影响,这让我感到意外。我也没有意识到我会非常乐于帮助他人的成长过程。我的每个实习生在完成实习后都写了封信,我一直很惊讶地以自己的语言阅读他们从我机构的实习计划中得到的信息。这是令人难以置信的,它使我一直希望变得更好,并继续向他人提供更多。谢谢你的文章。四种方法都很棒。

  48. 当您的角度是如何时,您如何表现权威并快速建立信任“most 无障碍 ” not “most smartest ever”?

    当我的目标是成为易于访问的Rachel 射线 时,我将显示什么证书?

  49. 嗨,索尼娅,
    I’m taking 您的 point from 的 post beginning, What’s holds people back from becoming an 专家…
    当您的博客很小,流量不多时,这会加剧这种情况。我经历了这一点,它可以使您不确定这是由于您还是其他因素引起的。自我和你’re doing- that’s对我来说将是第一个。
    这不关你的事,但是的-’s about you!
    伟大的职位索尼亚!

  50. I like 的 main idea of this post.

    Just do it and improve along 的 way.

    如果您不再拖延,事情就会变得容易。计划是可以的,但是过多的计划而不采取行动不会使您走得太远。

    内野

  51. It’在今天如何惊人’在这个世界上,业余爱好者可以在拥有数十年该行业经验的人们之上成为权威人士。在我的利基市场’s all about being genuine and like you said, avoiding pretending to be an 专家 when you’不。如果您邀请人们旅途中学习一些对他们有帮助的新知识,那么您的追随者就会增长,您的业务也会增长,并且你们俩都在此过程中学习到一些东西。它’s cool.

  52. 感谢分享。一世’ve started following 的se same steps you 是 preaching here, and 我可以 say from my experience that I have learned a bunch since I have started, and along 的 way, I have made it easy for other to learn too.

  53. 索尼娅,我不能 ’同意更多。诚实和透明是持续成功的绝对要求。虚假地充实内容有时会导致短期成功,但假冒的知识和权威会再次骗人,这往往是不诚实的尝试。

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