Revenue Accelerator with Kachina Gosselin
In this episode of the Revenue Accelerator Podcast, we have invited Kachina Gosselin, an MIT graduate with a degree in aerospace. She is now coaching entrepreneurs, authors, and speakers to become elevated experts. Today, Kachina shares her thoughts about experts, what people should do to become one, and how to handle being one.
The people we attract are good at what they do. And if you happen to be good at what you do, you forget what it's like to be a beginner.
Knowing what to say and when
You don't have to have a Ph.D.; you don't have to have a book. You need to be a step ahead of your audience. They can be relatable and teach them what they need to know at the time.
One of the things I like to talk about as an expert does have to have authority and authority isn't claimed. It's given, which means you can claim the expert title, but then people have to give you authority and say, I invite you to write that book or to be on that podcast that you can kind of put some weight behind that claim.
I think there's something bonding with seeing somebody show humility and vulnerability, which makes it a little less intimidating for other people to do the same.
I think that's where it helps to be in the community. And that's what mentorship is all about. Because of the courses we see, the easier it is to look at you from an external perspective and help you shine, and it's very hard to do that work yourself.
Experts and Brilliant People
Right now, we are focusing a lot on our partnerships because we found that experts and brilliant people lift the people around them and have a constant stream of new introductions.
The truth is if you can envision a future where your business works for you, you will get there. So, I want you to give yourself permission you can do less and earn more.
Learn more about Kachina’s mentorship by visiting: www.elevatedexpertmentorship.com