Can I trust you? In one way or another, you think of or hear that question almost every day. You’re been sold something. On television. At work. By a friend. Your kids. Your president. Your senator. And on and on.
What do you believe? Who do you believe? Or do you believe? There’s a lot of people out there. And even the close ones may have an agenda.
They’re really saying “trust me.”
You tend to take something with a grain of salt when there’s a reservation about the credibility of the messenger. I’ve employed a very simple test in evaluating a person’s believability.
In addition to your instincts you ask yourself one question of the people below. In one way or another, many of them have had an influence on our lives. Which ones do you trust? Which ones would you buy a pre-owned car from?
The answers should support your beliefs. Trust me.
Robert De Niro
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
Donald Trump Jr.
Were you able to buy many cars?