Can You Be Trusted?

It’s time for a hard look in the mirror.
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“Trust is built from the inside out, meaning that we need to look in the mirror and start with ourselves,” says Stephen M.R. Covey, author of The Speed of Trust. A self-checkup can help you find gaps in your credibility that are keeping others from trusting you.

Related: 8 Tried-and-True Steps to Building Trust

Here are some questions to get you started, adapted from lists by Barbara Brooks Kimmel, co-founder of the social enterprise Trust Across America.

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