How To Inspire Trust And Grow Your Network with Dr Saqer Al Khalifa

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In the economic, political and global markets one thing is the only currency that everybody wants to have but many seem to destroy, often without intention. That is the power of trust.

Nobody wants to invest time, connections or money in someone or something that they don’t trust. If you’d like people to buy from meet you, refer you and eventually buy from you, you need to start creating trust throughout your dealings and communications.

Dr Saqer Al Khalifa is one of Bahrain’s foremost experts on trust. Here he shares some key insights into what you need to do to improve your levels of influence.

All this and more in the Dr Saqer Al Khalifa interview on ‘The Rebel Networker’.

You can follow his insights at http://saqeralkhalifa.com

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Phil Bedford holds a master’s degree and brings over a decade of experience in sales training, business development and consulting to his role as Master Trainer at the Institute. Phil helps professionals live more and earn more through relationship-based referral marketing. With his business acumen and extensive experience in the market since 1998, Phil is currently expanding the franchise across the Middle East region.

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