Explore Your Expertise & Assemble Your Authority

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Imposter syndrome keeps many experts from sharing their valuable knowledge. It’s easy to assume you must do many more years of research and learning before you can call yourself and expert and share what you know. But that’s not true. If you’re visiting this website, you’re probably a highly skilled professional who writes to communicate important ideas. You are probably an expert in what you know or how you implement it—you just don’t see it yet.

In her new book, Get the Word Out: Write a Book That Makes a Difference, author and business writing coach Anne Janzer helps you discover and promote your expertise. In chapter four, “Explore Your Expertise,” and chapter five, “Assemble Your Authority,” available to download here, Anne provides a framework to help you:

  • Identify the source of your expertise
  • Recognize (and shore up) weak areas
  • Identify the building blocks that support your authoritative stance
  • Think about, assemble, and present your expertise and authority

Whether you’re writing a book or leading a team, knowing, presenting, and believing in your expertise is necessary for success. Download these chapters to get Anne’s invaluable advice and more.

When you’re ready to share your expertise in writing, give it some polish with WordRake. WordRake is editing software for Microsoft Word and Outlook that will give your first drafts the polish of three or four revisions. With editing software, you can be confident you’ve done your best work. Download these chapters and try WordRake today!

Chapter reprinted with permission from Anne Janzer and Cuesta Park Consulting. Originally published in Get the Word Out: Write a Book That Makes a Difference by Anne Janzer. Copyright © 2020. Complete book available on Amazon.