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(English) When Did ‘EXPERT’ Become a Dirty Word?

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6 comentarios
  1. Carole Sanek
    Carole Sanek Dice:

    I do so love waking up to coffee and a great blog post by The KCM Blog – you know me it gives me fodder to talk about on my own blog later today. I am an expert. My husband is an expert. We don’t know everything and we never stretch the truth, we always tell someone «let me get you that answer» if we are unsure – we specialize in International real estate with one-stop shopping for the most part in assisting internationals. Some people have a problem using the word – we don’t. Thanks. Great blog.

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  2. Elroy
    Elroy Dice:

    My training if from big the big Corp world, and we met with clients who we were trying to sell our services to, never did we tell some that we were experts. We would have been laughed out of their offices. The meeting would have been over before it started. Once you put yourself up as an expert, you degrade the people who you’re dealing with.

    Your reputation has to speak for itself. And remember, that the reason someone is already meeting ith you is because they believe you may have something to offer.

    The bar is set too high if you use the term expert to describe yourself.

    I like your product line, but purchasing fancy graphs and presentations doesn’t make someone an expert. It’s knowing what it all means

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    • Steve Harney
      Steve Harney Dice:

      @Elroy,
      Great points! One thing though, the KCM subsription is so much more than just ‘graphs and presentations’. We attempt to truly explain the challenges the industry is currently facing. The visuals we offer just assist a buyer or seller in understanding what is taking place. I do consider myself as someone with a degree of expertise in real estate and I am not afraid to say that.

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