I did a survey on Facebook a couple of years ago, asking, “What is the biggest challenge you have with people?” Guess what — “trusting other people” ranked third highest on that list. That’s really not hard to believe. After all, think about how many times you’ve heard someone say, “I just have a hard time trusting people.” (Or maybe you have said that yourself.)
Right now, let’s discover why you struggle with trusting other people, as well as how you can become a more trustworthy person, because you, , are supposed to succeed in life! If you cannot trust and others have no trust in you, you will never succeed in your business, career or relationships. My distrust turned me into a bitter, hateful person. And to be completely honest with you, if I had not learned how to deal with that bitterness and resentment, I would not be alive today!
Forgiveness gave me life! By forgiving the ones who hurt me, I could move forward to bigger and better things in life. I forgave for the sake of my own freedom and happiness, for the sake of my personal redemption and restoration, and for the sake of my own success.
If you have a hard time trusting people, look at why. What experiences taught you not to trust others? Who told you not to trust people? Take the time today to get to the bottom of it. Forgive those people! Once you identify your barriers to trust, you can move past them through forgiveness and begin building trust.
There is one guarantee in life: People will disappoint you. They will take advantage of you, gossip about you and hurt you. Embrace the Law of Forgiveness to move forward, grow and reach your destiny.
It’s a fact — whatever you sow, you will reap. If you sow distrust, you reap distrust. If you do not trust others, they will not trust you. A few key things will help you build mutual trust with others:
Honor is the number one key to successful relationships. People love to be honored. They love to feel special and important. When you make a consistent effort to honor everyone around you, you’ll find it becomes easy to build trust when you honor others.
Become genuinely interested in other people. When people see your interest as building a relationship — and not looking for what’s in it for you — they begin to trust you. Manipulation destroys trust, where genuine interest builds trust.
Humility builds trust. Humility means putting others higher than yourself. Hear me on this — it does not mean putting yourself down to make the other person feel better. It means taking the focus off yourself and shining a light on other people. True humility gives credit where credit is due!
Consistent follow-through proves you are trustworthy. Your word should be your bond. Making a promise and then honoring it speaks volumes.We’ve all heard “actions speak louder than words” and this is so true!
Whether trusting any other person scares you, or trust comes as second nature to you, these simple tips will help you build even stronger bonds of trust with your family, friends, colleagues and clients.
Do you know someone struggling with trust? (Probably more people than you realize.) Go ahead and share this message with them today! It takes you less than a minute, and it could save a marriage, a career, or even a life today! Share via email, or just post this on Facebook and Twitter.
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