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How to Be Trustworthy

The most important assets we have are our relationships with others. This is true in our professional lives as managers, subordinates and colleagues, and in our personal lives as spouses,

How to be Trustworthy, Brad W. Smith photographer, LifeIsHOTBlog, statue of heads of man and woman facing away from each other, heads are joined at the back of the head.

We earn the trust of others when we show we are trustworthy.

parents, children and siblings. The strongest relationships are built on trust. Because lasting trust is earned, we need to know how to be trustworthy in all things if we want to succeed in building and keeping strong and well-functioning relationships. We earn the trust of others when we are consistently and authentically trustworthy. Continue reading

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Cowardly Lyin’

Today is Yom Kippur. The Day of Atonement is the holiest day of the year for Jews. I am not of the Jewish faith, and I do not pretend to fully comprehend all that this day means for people of the faith. But I do understand what it means to repent and atone for my sins.

Cowardly Lyin' eroded driftwood log looks like lion head

My Driftwood Lion I found on Hell’s Half Acre Island, Maine. Photo by Brad W. Smith

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