What makes us an expert at what we do?

Have you noticed how so many people are quick to call themselves the experts in their field of work.

When I hear someone say that they are an expert, I often feel like they have earned their title of coach, consultant or assistant. And that is when I would feel like an imposter because I also have the same title as I am a productivity consultant and a social media strategist.

It’s something that use to bother me, until it didn’t.  I never really considered myself to be an expert at anything,  simply because I am in constant evolution, I am always in search of new tips and tricks to be more efficient and finding the right strategies for my clients to obtain better results. Therefore, I am not an expert, or am I?

The word EXPERT is just a word to me. It does not define the quality of my work. It is not meaningful unless it is preceded by the satisfaction of my clients.

Nonetheless, being an expert is something that most of us are seeking to be the best at what we do. In my recent podcast, I share with you 5 tips on how to become an expert in your niche.