Carnival of Trust: Call for Submissions

This blog has some pretty talented people reading and commenting in its pages. I’d like to invite all of you to consider submitting one of your own blog postings to the Carnival of Trust.

The next Carnival is going live on April 7. That means those of you (us?) with short attention spans can look forward to some instant gratification, should your post be selected. This month the Carnival is being hosted by Mark Slatin, of True Colors Consulting , at Mark Slatin’s Blog.

Here’s what you do to get your 15 minutes of fame and enrich the world. Pick your trust-related post, and submit it here.

Then sit back and roll in the adulation.

OK, seriously, the Carnival of Trust is a fascinating, monthly compendium of blog postings related to trust in business, trust in selling, trust in society at large. It is kept interesting by the vibrant commentary of our esteemed hosts, and by the imposition of a Top 10 criteria on submissions. If you don’t get selected, it’s no dis. But if you do get selected, it’s a tribute.

So bring out your best stuff, and share it with the world. After all, how’s the world going to get better if you hide those great insights from the rest of us?

(Read more about the Carnival of Trust here )