Can I trust you? Should I?

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Brian Kight

If you want to be trusted, your actions and their consequences must be deserving of trust. The experience of trusting you must work for those who put their trust in you. Your title, role, or platform doesn’t entitle you to be trusted. Your expectation or desire to be trusted doesn’t entitle you to be trusted.

Only the experience of your actions and their consequences entitles you to trust, and then, only by those who get some relevant value from it.

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