Think you’re not ‘expert’ material? Think again…
When you’re an expert, you command respect in your niche. People listen to you, they pay attention to what you say and most of all they buy your products.
Being the expert in your own niche is like writing your own ticket to freedom.
Granted, you’re never going to become “The Expert” in a massive field such as weight loss.
But niche it down to “Weight loss for new mothers” or “Weight loss for brides-to-be” or Weight loss for video gamers,” and you can indeed become the expert in your niche.
I was reading Russell Brunson’s new book, “Expert Secrets,” and it starts out by giving some examples of just how easy it is to become an expert.
When Russell was in college, he tried internet marketing but failed. Then on spring break when he was bored out of his mind, he and a friend decided to build a potato gun.
The thing was, they didn’t know HOW to build a potato gun. It just sounded like fun. So, they started doing some research.
They discovered things like the correct barrel-to-chamber volume ratio, the right propellants to use, the correct pressure for the pipes, how NOT to blow themselves up and a whole lot more.
They had a great time, and when Russell was in school the next week listening to the professor drone on, he thought about how he’d rather be shooting his potato gun. Then he wondered if there weren’t other people who would rather be shooting a potato gun as well.
Russell checked, and sure enough: the previous month there had been 18,000 searches for the term, ‘potato gun plans.’
Russell talked his friend into creating a DVD on how to source the items needed for building a potato gun, and how to build the gun itself.
Then he sold this DVD online. While he didn’t make a fortune, he did earn enough to get excited about online marketing and his new career was born.
Not exactly hard work, was it?
Russell gives a few more examples of people who became ‘experts’ in the same manner:
Jacob Hiller always wanted to dunk a basketball, but he was lousy at it. So he started doing research to discover techniques to improve his ability to jump. Every time he found a technique that worked, he made a video.
At first nobody was paying attention, but after awhile he had 100 followers, then 1,000 followers, and pretty soon he had 10,000 followers.
So he made a product and built a company that makes millions of dollars teaching people how to jump. Crazy, but true.
Liz Benny was an excellent social media manager, but it wasn’t until she began teaching others what she knew that she started making millions.
Robert G. Allen once said that he made millions doing real estate deals, but he made hundreds of millions of dollars teaching real estate.
Think of that – he made MILLIONS doing real estate deals, but he made HUNDREDS of millions teaching others what he learned.
But maybe you don’t have an expertise yet – that’s okay. As you can see from the above examples, every one of these folks learned to be an expert first and then built their business teaching others to do what they did.
Even Russell wasn’t born an internet marketing guru. He studied and practiced and worked to become what he is today.
And the same goes for me and every single expert making 7 figures on the internet.
You are indeed special but you just don’t know it yet.
What you know comes easy to you because precisely because you’ve studied and practiced.
Yet to most people, what you know seems like something very difficult.
They need your help.
They WANT your help.
Think about all the people you can help with your skill. By focusing not on the money you’ll earn, but instead focusing on helping others, you can build a 7-figure business you can feel great about.
And by the way, you can purchase Russell’s book, “Expert Secrets,” here.