How to Become an Expert in Your Industry

Although it's good to know a little about a lot of things, it's better to know a lot about one thing.

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What do people think of when they think about you? Where does your expertise lie? is remembered for and design; is recognized for

In this , Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David challenges you to figure out your passion.

Although it's good to know a little about a lot of things, it's better to know a lot about one thing and become an expert. Choose one industry, immerse yourself in its history and master it -- that's how you will become recognized by the world. 

Bet-David asks: What is that one industry or skillset you are going to master?

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Watch more from Bet-David on his channel and check out his new book Drop Out And Get Schooled.

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