Talking is cheap. It is much easier to say we are doing something than actually doing it.
Executive coach and speaker Amy M. Chambers is an expert in this field. “In my experience, the quickest way to build trust is to do something And Keep commitments,” she says. “When people say what they’re going to do, and then do what they say, we instantly feel more connected to them.” Because it’s not always common in leadership and in life, consistently keeping your word can set you apart from others distinguish the other. But what if the opposite happens? Some argue that making a commitment and not fulfilling it is more detrimental to trust than not having made it at all.”