3 reasons people don't trust you more
from By Hank Boyer
With few exceptions, no one can succeed in much of anything without trust. An employer isn't likely to hire you if you are untrustworthy. A customer won't buy from someone she doesn't trust. A co-worker will doubt your motives if he cannot trust you. In his bestseller, "The Speed of Trust," author Stephen M.R. Covey calls trust "the one thing that changes everything," as he makes a compelling case for the high costs of not being trusted, and the high dividends earned when trust abounds.
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