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[0:00] Have you ever experienced a challenge that you’ve overcome? What about the skills you’ve learned in the process of mastering something in your business, or your personal life? Do the people around you ask questions about something that comes easily to you? 

[0:17] If so, you’ll definitely want to stick around as we dive into this final part of our recession-proofing your business miniseries. Today, we’re talking about teaching what you know to others, and how it can quickly become a profit center in your business.

[1:13] Over the past five episodes, we’ve been building up to today’s lesson. We’ve been exploring ways to use what you already have to build a stronger business. While this series was created to inspire and give you tons of ways to diversify your business during the pandemic since so many of you had to do business differently, the ideas we’ve talked about are absolutely evergreen. 

[2:04] If you’ve missed any of the episodes in this series you can find them all at http://www.yongpratt.com/281. 

[2:19] What does teaching what you know really mean? 

[2:23] Well, at its most basic teaching what you know, really means one of two things. The first is that you can turn a mess you’ve had in your life into your message, as my mentor Dean grazioso, he would say, let me give you an example. 

[2:40] #1: Turning your mess into your message and an example of how Yong did this very thing to serve and help more parents  

[5:45] What mess could you turn into your message? Come on over to today’s show notes at http://www.yongpratt.com/281 and share with me the messes you could take today and turn them into your message. 

[6:04] #2: Sharing your knowledge, your skills, your gifts, or your passions with others in a way that resonates with you. More examples of how Yong has used this idea in many ways during her 20+ years as an entrepreneur. 

[7:36] What specialized knowledge that you have that you could share with someone today? Maybe it’s a special gift. Maybe it’s a talent, or even a hobby. It could even be something that comes easily to you that people ask you about all ready.  Come and share what you could teach at http://www.yongpratt.com/281 

[7:57] Why this miniseries, Recession-proofing your business was created for you 

[9:04] Come on over to today’s show notes at http://www.yongpratt.com/281 and share your unique gifts and talents. Let’s have a conversation about what lights you up and what you could teach to others today. What’s calling to you right now? What is it that you could take from inside of yourself and teach others to help them on their journeys? 

[9:33] Now you know what teaching what you know means and how you can start doing it today, let’s dive in to the monetary reasons why you might want to explore this idea. 

[10:32] What online education stats and trends mean for you and your business.

[11:20] Stay tuned in the coming weeks as Yong will be sharing something brand new that will help you to turn what you already know and turn your mess into a message quickly and easily, even if you’re starting from scratch. Until then, come on over to today’s show notes at http://www.yongpratt.com/281 and share what you’re going to teach and how you’re going to contribute to the growing online education industry. Plus, you’ll learn more about our brand new Facebook community, Creators Landing, and I’m also going to share my favorite tool for making teaching what you know, super easy and something you can do today. 

[12:10] Well, there you have it, my friends, the sixth and final part of our miniseries recession proofing your business by teaching what you know. Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Now go out there and change the world by teaching what you know.


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