How To Position Yourself As An Expert In Any Niche And Conquer It Plr Ebook

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1:
Becoming an Expert – What Does It Actually Mean?

Chapter 2:
The Prerequisite to Being an Expert – Having the Knowledge

Chapter 3:
Education through Observation

Chapter 4:
Practice Makes Perfect – Deliberate and Non-Deliberate Practice

Chapter 5:
A Great Way to Become an Expert at Something – Teach It to Someone

Chapter 6:
Improving – The Hallmark of an Expert

Chapter 7:
Building People’s Trust

Chapter 8:
Becoming Visible – Selling Yourself through High Visibility

Chapter 9:
Expertise Lies in What You Want to Achieve

Chapter 10:
When Do You Become an Expert?

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Education through Observation

A real expert will always keep enriching his or her experience about the niche that he or she is an expert in. They will always try to improve upon what they know. In the initial stages, knowledge comes from books and similar educational material. But once that stage is past, knowledge comes from experience. It is just like learning something at college and then taking it up as a career. While you are learning something at school, your knowledge is from books. But when you take up a job in that field later on, your knowledge comes from what you learn on the job, i.e. what you learn through observation and inference.

If you are looking at positioning yourself as an expert in any niche, this is an important aspect – you have to see how the other knowledgeable people in the field are doing it.

Think about it – A person who has come to you for an expert opinion may also have gone to someone else. Now, if they said something more current, or something more substantive than what you say, then you don’t appear to be so much of an expert. However, if you keep watching out for what’s happening in your chosen niche, you can always make your knowledge more updated.

Observation can be done anywhere. Watch a television program that pertains to the subject or attend a seminar or even a course. It will give you a chance to see another live expert in action. Nowadays, there is no dearth of videos on YouTube on almost any subject under the sun. One of your favorite hobbies should be to check these videos out and see what other people are opinionating about your chosen niche of expertise.

Remember that this is all a precursor to positioning yourself as an expert. You have to go a long way. But if you don’t enrich your knowledge and your experience, branding yourself as an expert would be a very tall order.


Practice is essential if you want to do something like you have been doing something since ever. If you want to label yourself as an expert, you will absolutely need to do things like that.

Practice Makes Perfect – Deliberate and Non-Deliberate Practice

One of the most important essentials for becoming an expert is practice. Think about playing a piano or learning to cook or something like that. You need practice to become an expert in them. When you practice, you understand where things are going wrong and you improve. You realize some things are not quite right and you learn how to do things in a better way.

When we speak about practice, there are actually two types of practice that you must consider.

Deliberate Practice

Deliberate practice is that which you do deliberately, over and over again, probably without any obvious intention for improvement from one time to the next. A child learning how to write cursive is an example. He will probably be made to write the same thing over and over again. Now, while there are people who are monitoring the child’s progress, the child is not making any earnest efforts at improvement himself.

This is what you do when you practice deliberately. You merely do something over and over again. Like play tennis, for example. You aren’t really looking at improving your game but you are playing just because you love to play. Down the line, you might incorporate some strategies and tricks, but they are all of your own evaluation.

Non-Deliberate Practice

Non-deliberate practice occurs when there is someone helping you practice. Like, when you join a course to learn something, it is non-deliberate practice. Here, you aren’t doing something on mere iteration, but you are doing things under the supervision of someone who knows how to train you. Reading is also an example of non-deliberate practice because again here you are not doing things mechanically. You are, instead, following the instructions that are mentioned in the book.

To be an expert, you need to use both deliberate and non-deliberate practice. Most people begin the non-deliberate way so that they know how to go about rehearsing something and then switch over to deliberate practice. It is more like how you workout in a gym. Your first few weeks are under the supervision of an instructor but then you are left free. When you are working out under the instructor, it is non-deliberate practice, but later you go on with this activity yourself. At that time, it becomes an example for deliberate practice.


What’s the greatest way to establish your expertise in some area? You have to teach it to someone. That’s what.

A Great Way to Become an Expert at Something – Teach It to Someone

The best and the most emphatic way of becoming an expert at something is to train someone else to do it. You want to become perfect at fishing? Train someone else to do it. Actually, take them along on your fishing trips. When you are teaching them, you will find that your own practice becomes much better.

When you are teaching someone, you are revising all the information and knowledge you have about the subject, right from the scratch. When you are teaching someone how to drive, for example, you will have to start from the very basics – the gears, the clutch, the accelerator and even the mirrors. You never do that normally. But such a revival of basic knowledge works quite well to establish your expertise.

The entire feeling of someone depending on you to do something is quite out of the world. You have to experience it to understand what it is. That is the reason why parents take such joy in teaching things to their children. Your “students” already begin looking upon you as an expert, whether you really think yourself to be one or not. For them, you are the authority on the subject and they rely on you in great measure. That feeling really helps in boosting your confidence. Just because someone is depending on you for information, you might read more on the subject, even the very small things that you usually overlook.

As you teach again and again, you are going over that same knowledge in your mind till the time you can recite it backwards. You get a great way to do some non-deliberate practice on your system.

Then there’s another point. When you teach someone to do something, you are more likely to teach them the safest, best and the most optimal way to do that. This will come out of your experience. Your “student” now realizes that there are various things you have been doing your own way and that helps significantly in establishing your confidence.

Also, you start going by the book as far as possible. You don’t make mistakes anymore, because now you are teaching someone to do the stuff the right way.

If you are really looking at becoming an expert in something, probably training yourself how to do it the right way is the best way to go about it.

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