Scenario: You’ve had a bung knee for a while now (…perhaps it’s thanks to years of playing ‘social’ football or maybe you won the genetic lottery for bad knees).

Solution: You book an appointment with a GP. They give you advice & refer you to a knee specialist. You then book an appointment with an orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in knees.

Here are a couple of questions for you: Who are you more willing to pay a higher amount? Whose advice are you more likely to adhere to?

Let me take a wild guess: the orthopaedic surgeon, right?

(Note: by no means am I undervaluing the work of GPs—I’d probably be dead if it wasn’t for my GP).

But here’s the thing:

  • If you want to start picking & choosing which projects you want to work on (rather than having to work on whatever comes through the door)
  • If you want to get the recognition you deserve
  • If you want to make a real difference in this world

…then, you need to be THE expert in ONE thing.

Watch today’s video. & you’ll learn:

  • Why you need to be THE expert 
  • How to position yourself as THE expert (even if nobody has heard of you)
  • How clients know you’re the best choice (hint: they don’t)

And more.

 

Referenced websites:
Calderflower Architects, Gallus Studio, Nick Bell Architects

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