How to Package Your Expertise (turn what you already know into an additional income stream)

Opportunities abound in this day and age, with the rise of people looking for answers and solutions via the Internet. Did it ever cross your mind that perhaps you already have something that people out there are looking for or waiting for, something that will help solve their problems or help make their lives better?

Yes! You can help and serve people with what you already know through your: expertise, knowledge, experience, skills.

Enter the world of info products — You can package your expertise/ knowledge/ experience into info products, which take on a variety of formats. What do these products offer? Simple. Each product offers a specific solution to address a specific pain point or problem of a specific market.

Take note that it’s important that you have a heart to help people with the solutions and answers you already have.

So here are 7 Steps to help you do this:

(FREE: Download these steps — the Package Your Expertise Blueprint PDF — right here. Type “0” in “Name a fair price” because it’s free!)

Step 1: Evaluate Your Expertise. Assess your skills, talents, hobbies, experiences, knowledge. Choose the top 3 that you are most excited about.

Step 2: Come Up with Your Big Idea. Out of the top 3, choose one and consider how it can either help others solve a problem, add value to them or make their life better.

Step 3: Validate Your Idea. Ask if your big idea is something that others want. Research to find out if others are already doing something similar.

Step 4: Promote Your Offering. Promote your offering to the right people — those who want what you have and will gladly pay for it, and whom you would absolutely love to work with.

Step 5: Produce Your Value-filled Package. Create your offering — whether it is a physical product, info or digital product, or a service offering.

Step 6: Deliver Your Promise. Fulfill what you stated in your offering to meet expectations.

Step 7: Offer the Next Step. Give others the opportunity to continue their transformation.

You already have the knowledge, skills and experiences that others want and need. They’re just waiting for you to get out there and reach out to them. Your God-given gifts and abilities were meant to help, not just yourself, but others as well.

So wouldn’t it be nice to do something that you love, something that you really enjoy, something that lights you up, and at the same time, know that you’re making a difference in other people’s lives?

If you would like to learn more about how to Package Your Expertise, the Package Your Expertise audio training is currently at 90% Off. For a limited time, you can avail of the training for only $1. Yes, one dollar. Use promo code: pyepromo. Click here to order.

In this training, you will learn:

  • How your knowledge, skills, hobbies and experiences can be turned into information products that people want and need
  • How to match your expertise with your ideal customers and clients
  • How to speak the language of your target audience through your copy

This first version of the Package Your Expertise: Downloadable Audio Training is close to an hour’s worth of training excerpted from the Package Your Expertise Workshop. Spoken mostly in English (and interspersed with Filipino), the lesson expounds on the Package Your Expertise Blueprint — a 7-step process to turn your knowledge, skills and talents into an additional income stream by leveraging the Internet, among others.

This mp3 download also comes with the following:

  1. Package Your Expertise Blueprint PDF
  2. Package Your Expertise Activity Sheets (2)
  3. Package Your Expertise Slides

So click here to avail of this limited offer — 90% off on the Package Your Expertise audio training. Use promo code: pyepromo

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God has given each of you some special abilities; be sure to use them to help each other, passing on to others God’s many kinds of blessings. (1 Peter 4:10, TLB)

Originally published at on January 29, 2016.

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