First things first, when you believe your plant is ready to be harvested you must decide when to pull it from the pot. If you're at this stage then you clearly know about lighting cycles, I recommend to always pull plants right after the dark cycle, essentailly letting them rest which will help the roots drain out any additional moister.
Once you have the plant pulled, start the trim by cutting branches and leaves, a rule of thumb is to leave a V shape at the base of the plant so you can hang it on a wire as in the photo above, this is necessary for both hanging and it helps air travel fully around the buds, thus getting rid of all moister and preventing mold. Your place of choice for hanging should be a well ventilated area that allows air to flow freely, this process will take between 7 to 10 days. Once the buds are dry you can pull them from the line and begin the curing phase.
Once you have pulled the plants off the line it is time to cure them. For this phase you will place them in air tight glass jars for the next month, each day remove the lid 2 to 3 times to allow the remaining moister to evaporate, when the buds are ready they will be so dry you can easily tear them and then your harvest is complete.