Tuesday, September 25, 2012
From JM Blog
Steve Jobs - You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something - your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life. Steve Jobs
Deborah Carey TRUST is expensive. Protect your investment at all times. TRUST is being secure in your own value and having enough "cushion" that protects you when it comes down to the account of trusting someone else. Be honorable. Be valuable. Be TRUST today.
Nuel C Ikeakanam · Trust is the concrete that holds relationships at all levels. The more people trust you, the more they allow you into their world. The more a leader is trusted the easier it is to lead his team. Once broken, almost impossible to rebuild.
Nancy Delfin Amores · TRUST speeds up everything! (by JCM) TRUST is a gentleman's agreement, it is without paper and pen.It is your word and my word, It is your promise and mine.it is your commitment and mine.So, TRUST is believing someone, that what you have agreed upon, YOU WILL CARRY THROUGH BECAUSE YOU BOTH has put in your integrity, your name without the need to go in contract. In any relationships, parents and children, husband and wife, friend to a friend, or between two lovers, TRUST is the most important factor...basically if you do not trust a person, you can not give or show love at all, if you can not trust your child that he can now cross a busy street, you can not leave him and will continue to help him cross..so it limits you or hastens you to do other things..meaning you are slowed down because you do not trust.For friends, you will forever keep or with hold who you are if you do not trust. So for me, TRUST is KNOWING A PERSON WELL FIRST AND FOREMOST, learn of his ways, his character, his capacity, his intention, and maybe his plans...by that you can SLOWLY and CAREFULLY establish your TRUST.i SAID "CAREFULLY, because trust can only be given if you are already seeing that HE IS WORTHY OF YOUR TRUST...and when trust has been established...Faith follows..
Dr Richard Norris Trust is talked about but has generally gone on walk about! As leaders, be that at work, rest and play, trust starts with you. If you cannot trust others then do not be surprised that those who follow do so slowly, poorly or not at all. Note though that you must trust yourself. The level to which you can trust yourself will impact how much you trust others. A healthy trust of self will ensure you trust others healthily. My wife, Nancy, has always said that I tend to trust people too much. I have paid the price for that on several occasions (it has cost me time, energy, money and relationships). As such a caveat on trust surely must be to give trust initially in proportionately to what is being asked of those you are leading. In due time as you increase your trust in others they will increase their trust in you and your leadership will flourish. Trust is a test. My first day as an officer in the army, the experienced soliders tested me. The first game a new quarterback comes off the bench his team will be establishing their level of trust in him. Trust is learned and earned.
Nilvia Felipe ·Without trust it is nearly impossible to accomplish anything greater than ourselves. We need a team of people that believe in us enough to follow us and trust us enough to help us manifest our vision. Without trust all else fails... love, hope, loyalty, character, etc... Trust is a building block from which all else can then grow from. Gambrill Communications "A man who trusts nobody is apt to be the kind of man nobody trusts." -
Harold MacMillan. Oftentimes in order to establish trust, the leader must go first and set the example. When you begin to trust the people you lead, they will begin to trust you.