IME the best way to do that is to talk to people without any caveats -- no "as I understand it", no "I could be wrong about this". Just stating what you know, without any ambiguity -- letting that ambiguity be implied.
The boss asks me if I can get done with this project by tomorrow, I say yes. He asks me, doubtfully, if I can get the second one done by the end of tomorrow, expecting no as an answer. I and I tell him I should be able to. Then he says, "That's why we put you on these, I knew you had background in it," giving me his personal vote and imbuing me with a sense of trust and confirming his confidence in my ability and reconfirming his wisdom.
He didn't put me on it, I picked it up myself, without asking.
i mean if you think about it shouldn't as long as the idea of him was a good non-judgemental person that didn't give a fuck about your personal life if you weren't harming anyone and could heal lepers and lame people. (i mean people who can't walk, not boring people, i don't think even jesus could have healed the duds). maybe i'm not conveying what i want. its hot here so my brain is like mer mer mer right now so if you understand great, if not don't worry about it.
Perfectly robust chickens Run laps a lot Pee on the garden Leap over fences Cock is a word for rooster Hen is a type of chicken? Kit kats are good Nice chickens don't belong in the Zoo