Can I trust you? This is what others may ask, often silently, when they work and engage with you. It's also what you ask about another person as well. If you want people to trust you, a firm handshake and good eye contact is not enough. You have to build trust like a mason builds a wall – one stone at a time. It rarely comes ready-made. But when you've taken the effort to build it and it is solid, you want to maintain it for a long time. Trust is a core ingredient in most every positive relationship. Without trust, the mason's wall takes on a whole new analogy – a barrier with no gate for entry. In this course, you'll explore what makes you and others trustworthy, how to demonstrate trustworthiness, and the importance of extending trust to receive trust.