Trust Matters Primer vol. 3

Announcing Volume 3 of the Trust Matters Primer—the "Best Of" series from the trustedadvisors.com blog Trust Matters.  You can download it by clicking on the link below:

Trust Matters Primer Volume 3

I’ve written the ebook series to add more dimensions to the dialogue about trust—to draw connections between otherwise disparate blog posts, to highlight some of the dialogue, and to offer it in a form you can share with others.

What do these three articles have to do with each other?

  • A random act of kindness on the flight from DFW to Boston
  • A shift in thinking about capitalist theory by a management icon
  • A Harvard Business School study debunking conventional wisdom about cognitive learning.

Hint: they all have to do with interpersonal relationships and trust.

If the interplay of interpersonal relationships and trust interest you in a business context—or any other sphere, for that matter—I hope you will read and enjoy Trust Matters Primer Volume 3. I look forward to your feedback! 


 

  1. Trust Matters Primer Volume 1
  2. Trust Matters Primer Volume 2
  3. Trust Matters Primer Volume 3
  4. Trust Matters Reader
2 replies
  1. Shaula
    Shaula says:

    WOW, Charlie.  The book is absolutely gorgeous.

    In all my years of blogging, promoting blogs, and paying attention to how people market online, while I’ve seen many ebooks, I’ve never seen one put together this well as a blog sampler.

    Please convey my heart-felt and passionate compliments to all of your team who were involved with this.

    I hope it serves you very well–and I’m sure it will!

    Reply
  2. Shaula
    Shaula says:

    WOW, Charlie.  The book is absolutely gorgeous.

    In all my years of blogging, promoting blogs, and paying attention to how people market online, while I’ve seen many ebooks, I’ve never seen one put together this well as a blog sampler.

    Please convey my heart-felt and passionate compliments to all of your team who were involved with this.

    I hope it serves you very well–and I’m sure it will!

    Reply

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