Are you walking your talk? Are you doing what you say you will do? Are you following through on your promises?
It is easier to talk than to walk. It is easier to promise than to follow through on your promises.
It is dangerous to promise and not follow through. Walking your talk is the foundation of trust. If you do what you say you want to do, people will trust you. But if you say one thing and do another, people will never believe anything that comes out of your mouth.
To build trust and stable relationships, you must learn how to discipline yourself. Don’t promise what you don’t have. Don’t promise what you cannot do. If you promise people something and you couldn’t do it, let them know why.
Walking your talk means you have to be consistent in your actions. Do what you want others to do. Do what you say you will do. If you do it, the people around you will do the same.
Be consistent in your actions.