ReWire 546: Why “Trust Me” Is A Useless Phrase

Posted on April 27, 2020

Ryan Stewman



If someone has to tell you to trust them they have a void of trust themselves.

Trust is earned by actions, not words.

Just because you tell someone you are going to pay them back doesn’t always mean you will.

You have to prove that you will and that is how you earn trust.

We have all at one time or another been told we could trust someone only to end up getting screwed over.

Trust needs to be more than just words.

You can’t just speak trust in a relationship.

If you wanted to be trusted by others, show them by action that they can trust you.

In this episode of “The Rewire Podcast, Ryan Stewman talks about why “trust me” is a useless phrase.

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Why “Trust Me” Is A Useless Phrase

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