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How to be Credible Even if You Don’t Have the Authority or Experience Yet

Derek Halpern, founder of Social Triggers, offers three psychological tactics to gain instant credibility … even if you don’t have the authority or the experience yet.

This should go without saying, but being credible, and being perceived as credible, are two different beasts. The 3 tactics in this video ensure you’re BOTH credible and perceived as credible.

The best part? You don’t need 100,000+ blog subscribers, tens of thousands of customers, or a huge business to achieve credibility.

 

 

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