For those who don’t know, the Carnival of Trust is a monthly collection of the most interesting and noteworthy posts from the Kingdom of Blogs over the past month. Each month, the Carnival is hosted by an experienced blogger–not myself. The definition and selection of "interesting and noteworthy" is left to the host; each host infuses the selection and commentary with their own point of view. The result is a great chunk of reading for you.
This month Scot has collected some terrific blogposts that answer the following questions:
– Would you rather fix your customer’s problem, or be right? Think carefully now…
– Can you break promises with your employees, or not? And if so, how many?
– What’s a great acronym for remembering the components of RESPECT?
– How can you get your parents to trust you?
– Would you rather hire a relative, be hired by one, or recommend one?
– How can you market yourself as being trustworthy? (It’s not a trick question).
You don’t get this much concentrated good stuff anywhere else. Treat yourself to a choice bit of edutainment; you’ll love the way it tastes, honest!
Many thanks to Scot Herrick for hosting this month. If you liked this month’s Carnival of Trust, you might enjoy looking at past Carnivals as well. And if you’d like to see your blogpost up there in the lights, please do contribute your blogpost (or someone else’s you’d like to nominate) at this site.
Again, enjoy the October Carnival of Trust.