Many people often doubt that they have enough talent to do a specific job or to become an expert in their field. They think that they need a certain pre-position to become an expert. But what is the definition of an expert and how does one get to be one?
In this masterclass, Vera talks about expertise and talent – or the lack thereof. They give an academic definition of what an expert looks like and how they differentiate from a novice. Vera also discusses why the domain is a relevant factor and highlights the importance of deliberate practice. In the end, Vera discusses practical steps you can take to increase the likelihood of becoming an expert in a specific domain.
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What you’ll learn
By the end of this masterclass, you'll be able to:
- Define what an expert is
- List the key characteristics of an expert
- Describe how to become an expert
- Compare experts with novices
- Summarise how experts solve problems
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