Being An Expert Is A Journey
Who chooses your destination?
Who determines how it starts?
Who decides the path?
5 Steps To Becoming An Expert
Your expertise journey begins today.
You’ve spent your life in the first phase developing your craft, gaining knowledge, and honing your skill. Now it’s time to start phase 2 of your journey… sharing your knowledge with the world.
“We are the true experts. There are a lot of wanna be’s out there who haven’t worked a day in their life. The true experts in this world are people like you and me who have lived a full live, worked a dozen jobs, figured life out and now have so much knowledge to share…”
I like to dream… of what could be in my future. I know it can be better and I’m committed to finding a way to make it happen. My name is Skip Foster. I’m currently 54 years old and I restructured my life when I was 49. I was determined to not turn 50 without a solid plan regarding the rest of my life. I was certain there was something better out there for me. I felt stuck in the box that I had created for myself. Each day would pass… each month would pass… and each year would pass
For our entire life, our brain spends it’s time learning how we operate and flow through the day. This is actually a good thing. There is such a thing as information overload. God has created us to be amazing beings. Our mind is a wonderland of synapses and pathways that create our memories and our habits. I’m glad that I’ve graduated beyond needing a checklist to get my morning routine accomplished. Wake up, brush teeth, shower, comb hair, get dressed, make coffee, go to the gym. etc. Those things happen on autopilot. Subconsciously moving through the day. The danger comes
I had a sacred cow in my life and I was so proud to own it. Well, it didn’t really have any physical value, but I kept it with me everywhere I went. Little did I know that this sacred piece of distraction was killing my productivity during the day. What was it? A spiral bound notebook. Yup, the kind you use in school. And believe me it was full from cover to cover. I even had several full ones that I didn’t know what to do with and would often take with me if I went on to a