Oct 30, 2021
We usually hear the phrase "To gain someone's trust we need several actions, but to lose it with a single one is enough". Trust is a very valuable factor in any solid relationship, be it friendship, family, and/or romantic relationships. The being reliable can generate a good perspective in others, and they can add or see other attributes in you, such as being respectable, faithful, loyal, and honest.
Being reliable is an important virtue in many aspects of life, not only in our relationships but also in our day-to-day lives, it happens without realizing it with people who do not even want to form a lasting relationship. An example of this is when we are going to make an important purchase and go to several stores, no matter how much better the price of the product is in a store, if the seller does not inspire trust and transparency while offering the product, you will not care paying more for the same product at another store just because that other seller gained your trust.
Being reliable in the workplace also plays a fundamental role, from the owner of a company to the newest worker, since there is a chain of trust deposited in a bidirectional way, from top to bottom where bosses wait for the fulfillment of the tasks of its employees and where the workers, in turn, expect compensation for these tasks and responsibilities stored in them, either in terms of salary or on merits to promote positions.
Having relationships of high trust increases our quality of life, knowing that there is a certain commitment to do as promised brings us peace of mind, which gives us the freedom to take care of other things that do deserve our attention.
In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about the importance of being reliable both in your personal and professional life, and how to gain the trust of others with reliability.
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