The agenda generally inspires the greatest trust is seeking mutual benefit -- genuinely wanting what's best for everyone involved. It's not just that you care about others; you also genuinely want them to win. Yes, you're seeing a win for yourself; that's natural, desirable, and to be expected. But you're also seeking a win for... Continue Reading →
Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust: Season 4 – Episode 12 – What is Intent?
Motive. Motive is your reason for doing something. It's the "why" that motivates "what." The motive that inspires the greatest trust is genuine caring -- caring about people, caring about purposes, caring about the quality of what you do, caring about society as a whole. Think about it: Are you going to trust someone who... Continue Reading →
Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust: Season 4 – Episode 10 – Be Open! – Old Job Mayhem
We're back with some more Stephen Covey! I've been off for a couple of weeks because of the crazy schedule, but I'm back and on fire as always. In today's blog and podcast episode, it's time to talk about being open. You've probably been around people you consider close-minded or arrogant - people who don't... Continue Reading →
Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust: Season 4 – Episode 6 – The Four Cores
Guys welcome back to another Stephen Covey blog/podcast, and today is a follow up from what we've already done with the questionnaire (last week). So, each part in the questionnaire corresponds to one of the "4 Cores of Credibility." These are the foundational elements that make you believable, both ot yourself and to others. So,... Continue Reading →