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Trust makes everything better. It's the glue that binds people together. From families, friendships, companies and communities, we know that trust is the fuel that drives long-term success and impact. But we also know what betrayal feels like. We know that trust is a fragile, vulnerable gift that can be abused, broken, and exploited with devastating consequences.
In The Trust Protocol, Mac Richard challenges conventional wisdom with biblical insights, humor, and passion as he explains how to:
- Process the pain of betrayal
- Prioritize relationships and work
- Discern who to trust
- Decide when and how to move on
- Deploy trust in even the harshest environments
- Develop active integrity
The Trust Protocol provides a clear path not just to manage these tensions but to embrace them in order to experience the genuine connectedness and effectiveness we're created for.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
daischopChattanooga, TNAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5InterestingNovember 30, 2017daischopChattanooga, TNAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0The Trust Protocol caught my attention due to a few issues going on around where I was finding it difficult to trust in some people. So I selected the book and was thrilled when it arrived.
The Trust Protocol is explaining to us how it is a trust in one another that binds and brings people together. The books says that it "provides a clear path not just to manage these tensions but to embrace them in order to experience the genuine connectedness and effectiveness we're created for in all areas of life."
I faithfully started the book at the first chapter and dove in. What I did appreciate was his own stories that he brought in as an example of how a situation had brought him to trust (or not to trust). Then proceeded the chapter with his thoughts on how trust can be handled.
While I don't love the book, I did enjoy the bits of insight scattered throughout the book. It's for those areas that I will keep the book on my bookshelf for further reading or sharing. The section about Betraying Trust, I appreciate the reminder that I need to just let it go. Don't dwell on it, justlet it go.
I received this book complimentary from the publisher, Baker House. All opinions are my own with no requirements to leave a positive review.
Gini4 Stars Out Of 5The Trust ProtocolNovember 21, 2017GiniQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Mac Richard is a new author for me and looking at one of the online sites this may be his first book. So, I had no preconceived ideas of how or what he might have to say. Or how he would say it.
Richards says it straight and without too much of his own story intruding on what he has to say. Yes, he uses examples from his own life. Its way easier than getting all the legal stuff you need these days to tell it any other way. That said he also includes quotes from others as needed. And that includes the Bible. Hes tracking pretty well as far as I can see. His pace matches his audience. Hes in Austin, remember. Lots to do and not so much time to do it. So the presentation is short and to the point
What about the material? As I read it I found myself wondering why what seems so obvious needs said, and it hit me. It hasnt and isnt being said in the public arena like the good old days. Trust, honesty, mending fences? Nope. Write them off and go on is more the name of the game now. What is trust or honesty? It depends on the situation is the new way of thinking. So, to read that honesty is good, that trust or truth matters just might be something his audience is not that familiar with now. How it plays out in life, business, families is important. It can be called life changing.
Overall, I thought his presentation was sensitive, without compromising the central theme. There might be some ready to hear what he has to say. This book could be helpful in business dealings, too. Wonder if could be shelved in the business section as well? Or maybe in the self-help family advice sections?
I received this book from the publisher in return for a review.