How CAN you be credible… even if you don’t have the authority or the experience yet?
(Heck, even if you DO have the experience, maybe you still feel like you don’t have enough).
I’ve been there, but I clawed my way out.
And while advice like “be honest,” “know your ish,” and “dont scam people,” is great, it’s not enough.
And that’s why I leveraged these three crediblility-boosting psychological tactics.
I reveal each of ‘em in this new video.
How to Be Credible (without Credibility)
(“WHAT? Is Derek wearing a TIE?” Yes. Yes he is)]
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This should go without saying, but being credible, and being perceived as credible, are two different beasts. These 3 tactics ensure you’re BOTH credible and perceived as credible.
And you can take that to the bank.
The best part? You don’t need 100,000+ blog subscribers, tens of thousands of customers, or a huge business.
Use the three tactics I share, and BAM! You’re done.
Watch the video, and leave a comment letting me know how you plan on using these tactics.
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- Walster (Hatfield), E., Aronson, E., & Abrahams, D. (1966). On increasing the persuasiveness of a low prestige communicator. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2, 325-342.
- Schley, Dan. "The Role of Precise Numbers in Judgments." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Ohio State University, 2012. OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. 18 Jul 2013.