>Rol--I just wanted to point out that sometimes when people speak about
>"trust" they are referring to the trust they have in you to keep your
>promises; their trust in your integrity or fairness; their trust that you
>are a principled person. I suspect that those people with whom you work
>may mean that kind of trust when they say that they trust you.
Yes, I know that is the case. I believe that people after awhile, slip
over into the other meaning just because the meaning of "trust" is pretty
intuitive. That is why I think it is important -- part of having
integrity -- to be clear about my priorities. Not to be Genghis Khan
about it, but nevertheless be clear.
Rol Fessenden <email@example.com>
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