trustThe One Question You Should Ask Yourself To Get More Business

How Trustworthy Are You?

“As a motivational speaker, I have learned the importance of gaining an audience’s trust. But it extends beyond a speaker and the stage. In today’s economy, now more than ever, your business success depends on your ability to form strong relationships with your clients, employees, and co-workers. These strong relationships aren’t bought, but are earned over time, with trust being a vital component. People buy from people they trust. A brand’s reputation is based on the ability to follow through on the promises it has made to the point that the buyer trusts in the brand. So if your business depends on forming strong relationships, then you should be asking yourself this question:

How trustworthy am I?

How are you at following through on your promises? Do your actions illustrate your principles and values? Is your word good and your promise solid? Do you do what you say you will do? Do your clients trust you? How do you know?”

Kelly SwansonThanks Kelly for showing business owners what we need to ask ourselves moving into the New Year! I know your clients, audiences, speaker bureaus, agents, and colleagues all consider you totally trustworthy, and are looking forward to seeing and representing you in 2014! 

To invite Kelly to your 2014 event contact Sue Falcone at or call 1-888-766-3155 today! Trust me, she books quickly!  

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