Whenever you believe it or not, there are people who need your help. You are an expert at something that someone else wants to become an expert at as well. What you are an expert in doesn’t matter. People want your expertise. One of the many examples I could give is a person who has made millions of dollars with her eBooks about quilting.
We all have them, but it is how we use them that allow us to have an impact on the world.
Don’t make yourself sound like the master of the universe being able to do anything you please. Don’t make the people around you think that they are inferior because they will lose interest in you. You might also make that person feel bad because they can’t do something that you can do. Bragging about something you can do makes the situation even worse.
“Can you do THIS” should become “Here’s how you can do THIS too.”
Being able to see something and replicate it yourself is a hard or easy skill to acquire depending on what you are trying to replicate. I like to challenge myself, so I find a Lego and try to make an exact replica on Lego Digital Designer which is a Lego software with virtual bricks. However, we must not replicate any written word or content that belongs to someone else because that would be plagiarism.
Replication can be good or bad depending on how you use it.
Do you have an idea about a website or a product that will be very helpful and get a lot of publicity? Don’t give up on that idea because it can be very meaningful in the future and be bought by millions of people. Do not give up on any of your ideas no matter how bizarre they seem to be.
A battle of birds and pigs may have seemed bizarre less than a decade ago, and sharing your photos could have sounded just as bizarre. Those ideas turned into Angry Birds and Facebook.