Call for Submissions for the August Carnival of Trust

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The third Carnival of Trust is fast approaching and will go live on Monday August 6th. The deadline for entries is this coming Thursday, August 2nd. This edition will be hosted by the Editor of the Blawg Review. The mysterious Ed, as he’s known, was someone I asked for advice on how to set up a carnival, and I’m looking forward greatly to seeing his edition of the Carnival of Trust.

As I wrote when announcing the first Carnival of Trust my hope and ambition for the carnival is to begin establishing a home base, a center of gravity, for people who are interested in fostering greater trusted relationships in various realms of the world.

While my own material is primarily business-oriented, the Carnival of Trust will be explicitly more broad than business alone. Trust is heavily personal in nature, and I hope the submissions will reflect that—postings that deal with personal trust, business trust, and political trust are welcome, as well as pieces on the nature of trust.

I’ll be setting a hard limit of 10 postings per Carnival. The host will personally make the decisions about inclusion, in an inevitably subjective manner intended to push the thinking ahead in those broad areas of trust.

I invite, encourage and urge you to submit pieces for the Carnival. Send them to

The first and second carnivals of trust had some great articles I urge you to read if you haven’t already.

And I look forward to reading your articles in the August Carnival!

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  1. Megan Bayliss from Imaginif
    Megan Bayliss from Imaginif says:

    Charles this is a very interesting website and I just adore the idea of a carnival of trust. I am going to flick this to a lot of my therapist friends. We have been advocating for "trust" for a very long time but it does appear to be one of those values that have become tarnished, out of fashion and rather embarrasing.

    I love trust and I make business decisions based on how the other person understands trust as a concept and a way of life.

    Am adding you to my blog roll so I can read you regularly.


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