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Posted by Larry Doyle on January 28th, 2013 8:56 AM |

What is the basis of any relationship?

Trust.

How much do you want to engage somebody if you have little to no trust in that individual or institution? Obviously not much. A healthy society is one in which trust is pervasive. The premise and foundation of trust within our relationships allows for the free flow of information, capital, and goods. Everybody benefits.

Regrettably, our nation has an enormous trust deficit currently. Why so? Once violated, trust does not easily or quickly return or regenerate. Although many within positions of leadership in our nation would like to present the rebound in our markets and supposedly within our economy as indicative of a return to a healthy nation, they are FOOLS if they truly believe that. Why so?¬† (more…)






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