Greetings, and welcome to this month’s ebook. It’s the dog days of August, and I thought a good time to revisit three ideas from earlier this year, loosely themed around new ways of thinking. In this edition of the Trust Primer volume 4 we feature: Why Trust is Asymmetrical, and What That means for Trust […]
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About Michael Verona
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Michael Verona contributed a whooping 5 entries.
Entries by Michael Verona
When business talks about relationships, all too often it comes out sounding mechanical. Even oxymoronic. A few examples.
Volume 2 of the Trust Reader Series: Articles by Charles H. Green and Trusted Advisor Associates
Flying from Newark to Hong Kong, I indulged myself in catching up on the New Yorker. This issue (May 12, 2008) was a double-delight, and offered inadvertent insights on corporate training. I always welcome a new Malcolm Gladwell article—"In the Air: Who Says Big Ideas are Rare?" is on the nature of creativity, and the […]
December Carnival of Trust Accepting Admissions
Recent Blog Posts
- Want a (Better) New Year’s Resolution for 2022?January 3, 2022 - 11:32 am
Some years ago I wrote about a “Better New Year’s Resolution.” It was pretty good, if I do say so myself. For years I tried to improve on it, and never could. I finally stopped trying. Here it is again, not-so-new-and-improved, but still pretty good, I think. What do you think? My unscientific sampling […]
- Pain Is Inevitable, Suffering Is OptionalNovember 18, 2021 - 10:24 am
I recently listened to Howard Stern’s interview with (Sir) Paul McCartney. One part stood out. Howard asked Paul about multiple instances where John Lennon had been cruel towards McCartney; didn’t he feel treated unfairly, hurt, resentful, Howard asked? Paul essentially replied that no, that was just John being John, that once you accepted that as […]