Is your natural tendency to trust, or to be suspicious?
As Stephen R. Covey said, trust is the highest form of human motivation. Learn how to extend trust and avoid negative impacts by assessing the situation, the risk, and the credibility of the person you are extending it to.
Get Better: Extend Trust
- Evaluating situations or relationships where you may be too suspicious or distrusting.
- Identifying situations or relationships where you may be gullible or blindly trusting.
- Determine what changes you should make to be smart in extending trust.
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