6+ Ways to Establish Yourself as an Expert – Teleseminar

Have you been part of a training class and thought, “Hey, I can teach on this topic?”  Or maybe you’ve been in business for awhile but still don’t feel like you’re making headway.  If you’re ready to learn how to capitalize on the knowledge you already posses, then join me for my next Monthly Marketing Moment Live! teleseminar.  It’s called “6+ Ways to Establish Yourself as an Expert.”  Believe me, you’re more of an expert than you think.  I look forward to “seeing” you at the training next week!


Do you want to be considered an expert in your field?

Do you have a wealth of knowledge to share but are unsure how to get the message out?

Are you ready to capitalize on the knowledge you already possess?

 

Register now for
“6+ Ways to Establish Yourself as an Expert”
on March 29, 2011 at 7 pm CST

In this teleseminar, you’ll learn:

  • More than 6 ways to establish yourself as an expert in your field
  • How to use your existing knowledge to build credibility with potential customers
  • Why you’re already smarter than you think

This 1-hour teleseminar can be taken from the comfort of your home for a small investment of only $10.  Call-in details will be sent prior to the teleseminar.

I look forward to helping you achieve business success!

Did you miss the January seminar where I taught you to discover what you really sell?  Purchase and download the training here. Maybe you missed the February training on how to find your gift and stand out from the competition.  No worries.  Purchase and download the gift training here.

Register for training now!

 

About the Presenter
Dequiana Brooks, CEO of Inspired Marketing, Inc. takes the fear out of small business marketing.  This author, speaker and business coach is the creator of the SPARK Marketing System™, an exclusive program that shows entrepreneurs how to shatter negative mindsets, take control of their marketing and make more money.  To learn more about Dequiana, or to book a free consultation, please visit
http://www.inspiredmedia.net.

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About Dequiana Jackson

Dequiana Jackson, CEO of Inspired Marketing, Inc., is a small business marketing coach who teaches women entrepreneurs how to monetize their message so they can make more money from their expertise. Dequiana is the author of Know Your Business: How to Attract Ideal Clients & Sell More and runs the award-winning blog, Entrepreneur-Resources.net.

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2 comments

  1. Joseph Patrick Bulko, MBA

    Here’s another way to become an expert in something: Write an article about a complex subject, which proposes a solution for a complex problem. Here’s an example:

    I’ve written a proposal that uses entrepreneurship on a massive scale to tackle the ongoing high unemployment problem, which has left millions and millions of Americans grasping at the last vestiges of the American Dream. Long-term unemployment is at record levels and the pace of the tepid “recovery” from the Great Recession will require years to return the country to full employment. In the mean time, government coffers are depleted while straining to address the extreme hardship, and tax revenues are greatly diminished because so many jobless folks cannot pay taxes.

    My proposal describes an entrepreneurial mechanism through which we can fund a massive number of new business ventures (to create a massive number of new jobs) by tapping the financial power of Wall Street. It is a private-sector proactive approach to remedy the high unemployment problem. Titled “A Modest Proposal to Save the American Economy: Entrepreneurial Blitzkrieg as Job Creation Vehicle,” the proposal has been published online at Salem-News.com (and various other places):

    http://salem-news.com/articles/march232011/solving-unemployment-jpb.php

    • Joseph, thanks for your comment! Yes, writing an article that breaks down a problem into easy to understand chunks AND then proposing a solution for said problem is a great way to showcase your expertise.

      It’ll be interesting to see if your idea gains further traction because entrepreneurs can be at the forefront of economic change.

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