its amazing how much difference a day or two can make. I have a lot going on with my new job and I am training almost every day for my next belt test. I may or may not make my scheduled posts over the next couple of weeks. Gotta love the Monday craziness!
Author P.H. Solomon spends a bit of time with us to let us know why he is about to be very busy. He answers our questions on Google Hangouts. I really appreciate P.H. taking time from his busy schedule to chat with me. If you missed the live event, don’t worry. Through the magic of Google and You-Tube, we were able to save this for you.
Something we all want is trust. Trust is important because without it, our way of life breaks down. Without trust there is no commerce or trade. There is no social interaction free of suspicion. If trust is broken, there can be no love. Tell me, why is trust important to you? You can trust me.
When you have a bond of trust with someone, it is strong. You can endure a lot in a relationship where there is trust. Trust is also as fragile as a butterfly’s wing, taking only one thoughtless or selfish act to shatter it. Building trust takes time, but destroying it can only take an instant. Trust me.
Once broken trust, is incredibly difficult to regain. If it is possible to repair, it will likely never be as strong as the original bond. It will take more time than establishing the original trust. If you are given trust, then you should work hard to never betray it in the slightest way. Trust is a valuable commodity. Being know as trustworthy is a very admirable character trait.
Trust is the foundation
Building house requires a solid foundation. Bedrock is the best. Building a relationship, business partnership, or friendship requires trust. Often it starts with a small gesture. You trust someone enough to smile or offer a handshake. Here is a great video on the importance of trust. I think you will like it. Trust me.
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