Results from the trust quotient assessment study: trust increases from consistency.
Author Archive for: Sandy Styer
Entries by Sandy Styer
This is a values quiz. It’s based on a story. Here is the story as it was told to me: A Lady and a Man, very much in love, were separated by a river deep and wide. They longed to be together, but didn’t have a way to get across. One day a Boatman came […]
A long-distance sale of a valued good to a stranger: trust is suspected.
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- 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 […]
- Are You Self-Promotion Avoidant?October 7, 2021 - 6:10 pm
Have you ever felt compelled to share positive information about yourself with a boss or supervisor and – instead – developed lock-jaw, unable to get the words out? Your mind starts to spin into thoughts like, “What if it just sounds arrogant? I don’t want to be perceived as an egomaniac!” And so, in an […]