I have heard this time and again before. And I always ask the same question: Why?🤔
Ok, I am not being rude; I am simply being realistic. It’s not bad to question one’s credibility if something, more so, a lot, is at stake.
You don’t just say yes to the next person who approaches you for whatever reason.☝🏻
In the same manner, it will also apply to you.
Have you asked this question to yourself lately? About time you do so.😊 Do a quick self check: how many times have you given your word and kept it? 🤔
I am a firm believer that we should always keep our credibility in tact. That’s how I thrived through years in my practice.
And it’s not just about keeping your word, mind you. It’s also about delivering results.☝🏻
Credibility is a mixture of skills and attitude. ❤️
Going back to your self-check, how credible are you? Be honest; it’s the only way you can really improve.
Credibility is not given, much like respect, it’s earned. 😊
So what have you done to improve yours? Have you invested in yourself lately? Did you practice more? Have you listened to valid criticisms and worked on them? Have you kept your word no matter how hard it was? Were you able to deliver beyond expectations?
These are just some of the questions which you can start asking yourself. By working on these, you can actually help improve (and hopefully maintain) your credibility.
So the next time you make a promise, remind yourself that your credibility is at stake. And that’s priceless. So never compromise, no matter what.😊❤️🙏🏻
Once you’ve earned it, keep it. Build it.😊
It’s part of becoming your #bestmeever. ❤️