Expertise can be a word that every individual will define differently. It seems like everybody’s an expert nowadays in some field, right? High intelligence, a photographic memory, and fast thinking are a good start and a sign that you are on the right track. Most people want to know how to become an expert, and how to know if they are already one. Based on psychology, expertise is focused on consistency. So how exactly do you become an expert? Well, real experts would use three words: Practice, Feedback and Analyze Practice. Your goal is to concentrate and try your best by performing better than you did the last time. Your objective when practising should be to think of several variables, and what would happen in each of the outcomes. By constantly practising, you are pushing your brain to set new boundaries. Always ask for feedback from your superior or colleagues. It doesn’t matter how often or how in depth, this part is always crucial and you should never skip it. Then think about all of the moves that you’ve made. Some statistics say that it takes over 10,000 hours to become better at what you are doing. Every time you do something new, you need to observe, rethink, and understand why it didn’t work how you planned it. This way, you might think of a theory or understand some aspects that you didn’t know before. By doing all three of these actions over and over again you will slowly, but surely, become an expert in your chosen field.