How to become GEA Expert

August 14, 2009 at 3:36 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Watch GEA Screencast 4

Click here to watch this Presentation as a SlideShow

Dear Experts,

In GEA Screencast # 3 we’ve talked about Definitions, Benefits and the Rating Process in GEA (Global Experts Association). We defined WHAT an Expert is, how Experts differ from Specialists and Generalists and explained HOW Experts think and use their ability to solve problems based on their recognition-primed decision-making.

We’ve also touched briefly on the benefits of joining GEA and GEA Network and explained how the Clients will be rating you, the Expert based on the 7 Steps of Successful Consulting Process.

Once again – if you’ve missed any of the previous Slide Presentations and Screencasts – please feel free to review them at the following page here .

Today, in this week’s final Screencast we will talk about How to Become GEA Expert and what the Rules of Engagement are, in order to join Global Experts Association.

We will cover the following Rules in the Presentation:

  • Rule One “Understand the Concept”
  • Rule Two “ Present Your Expertise”
  • Rule Three “ Fill Out The Expert Survey

These rules are very simple and, once you are accepted, you can become GEA Expert and start working on your abundance and prosperity as an Expert.

We guarantee that, as soon as you finish watching this final Screencast, you will know everything you need, in order for you to become a successful Expert.

However, if you have any questions whatsoever, please feel free to use the following options:

1) ask them on this blog in the Comment Section below

2) use “Contact Us” page at www.GEANetwork.com

or

3) send a private and confidential email to:

ask-an-expert@digitizergroup.com

My Team, my Strategic Partners and I hope that you will join us soon. We wish you all the best and good luck!

Keep smiling,

Val-Signature

/Val Slastnikov/

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