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How to Be Perceived as an Expert in Your Field

5 Steps to Boosting Your Influence and Authority. During a recent Launch Conference, my friend Ken Davis joked from the stage, “All you have to do to become an expert is read five books on the same subject.” Everyone laughed. But in our get-smart-quick culture, it sometimes seems that way, doesn’t it? Click here for more. Better yet, subscribe via email and you’ll never miss a […]
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At our recent Launch Conference, my partner Ken Davis joked from the stage, “All you have to do to become an expert is read five books on the same subject.” Everyone laughed. But in our get-smart-quick culture, it sometimes seems th...

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