Being an Expert

You hear a lot of people say that if you want to be taken seriously in your industry, you have to be an expert in your field. You have to have all the right credentials and know everything there is to know. When you’re “all that,” when you do it right every time, people will consider you an expert.

Maybe so.

Maybe not.

One of the entrepreneurial women we respect and admire—Wendy Achatz, founder of Achatz Homemade Pie Company—was featured in a panel discussion recently, in which she was asked, “What makes you an expert?”

She looked the questioner in the eye and replied, “I’ve made a lot of mistakes. That’s what has made me an expert.”

What makes YOU an expert in your field?

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This is an example of the topics we deal with each week in the SalesPartners Troy Sales Mastery classroom. You’re invited to experience one session as our guest, to make sure it’s a “fit” for you. Contact Us for details and upcoming dates.

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3 Responses to Being an Expert

  1. Diane says:

    What a great attitude! And I love their pies.

  2. Edward Neiman says:

    is the corect spelling…

  3. Ed, if we had a prize for catching our occasional typographic errors, you would have won it. Thanks for letting us know!

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