Share your knowledge and help those who seek your counsel. Not only will you find fulfillment, you’ll also make a great ally and promoter of your work. Sometimes the best way to market your skill and abilities is through word of mouth and networking. Don’t hide away in the shadows and let the community in your world pass you by.
Don’t allow your negative talk to feed your insecurities and shyness. You want to be the go to person or seen as the expert. That’s fine. But that also means standing up and standing out in the crowd.
Speak up when you have ideas to share, or know the answer to a problem. Share what you know, even if you don’t know the entire answer. Allow your dreams to inspire your confidence and allow you to stand on the stage and hit your mark.
There are times when remaining quiet is necessary and beneficial. Today isn’t one of those times. The experts share their knowledge and teach those who are interested in the same topics. You’ll have to learn begin learning which situation calls for patience and silence, and which one calls for sharing and teaching.
Be careful how you share your experiences however. The person you’re trying to teach maybe a teacher who can be offended by your efforts. An easy way around this is to remember, never start a sentence with “You..”. Rather begin with “I…”. “I think, I would, I might”; put the ownership on yourself and others will be open to your ideas and knowledge.
“A Teacher never teaches, until the student is ready to ask the question ©”. That’s when the finesse of sharing ideas comes in handy.
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