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February 05, 2008


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» I'm at the February 2008 Carnival of Trust from Expertise Marketplace - Professional Service Firm Marketing Blog
My friend Charles Green is using the blog carnival concept (a collection of blog posts that are deemed worthy of a blogger's chosen theme; I think Charlie started his Carnival of Trust in 2006.) The theme for the Carnival of [Read More]

» The Carnival of Trust’s Best Posts on Trust in Sal from The Sales Blog
Being selected as one of the ten best posts out of thousands (millions?) on the subject is a great honor and I certainly want to thank Michelle Golden for hosting this month’s carnival and recognizing my post. However, even more than giving thanks to... [Read More]

» Boredom from Golden Practices
I've been thinking a lot about personal responsibility because of David Bohl's great post that I picked up in my recent Carnival of Trust post. This morning, my daughter and I were having an interesting conversation. She's a couple weeks away from turn... [Read More]

» “Earn ‘Trusted Advisor’ Status” from Stark County Law Library Blog
Posted by Michelle Golden: “A regular teacher of lively and controversial ethics courses around the USA (a typically dull continuing [Read More]

» On the Moneyed Midways - February 8, 2008 from Political Calculations
J.D. Meier reviews and excerpts Patrick Lencioni's book about overcoming fears of conflict within an organization and building a "vulnerability-based" trust, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable. [Read More]

» Blawg Review #150 from Charles H. Green's Trust Matters
The famously anonymous editor of Blawg Review most graciously offered his experience to me as a mentor during the early development of the Carnival of Trust. ...the Carnival of Trust has been hosted by David Maister, Steve Cranford, John Crickett, Fo... [Read More]


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Ron Baker

Hey, wait a minute. The Reagan speech is in Chapter 3.

Did you peak ahead Michelle?

Charles H. Green, Trusted Advisor Associates


Terrific job on this month's Carnival of Trust. This is a delicious list, made even better by your trenchant commentary. Thanks so much for doing the heavy lifting that benefits us all.

Michelle Golden

Charlie, thanks so much for the opportunity to host your carnival. It was both fun and educational. And, for me, like ten blog posts in one!

Baker, you'll be pleased to know I'm actually well past Chap 3. I might even keep reading. ;-)

Paul McCord


Thank you very much for mentioning my post from the Sales and Sales Management Blog on the lessons salespeople can learn about trust from the current presidential campaigns.

Unfortunately, your post on my blog seems to have been arbitrarily discarded by my spam blocker (I'm coming to believe it is a descendent of Hal from "2001" fame). However, once alerted by Charles of the recalcitrant spam blocker, I had the pleasure of finding the Carnival of Trust and your excellent commentary.


I like the idea of 'trust' being about (sensible) risk. Absolutely.

Mark Slatin


I too extend my thanks to both you and Charlie for posting my article, "The Invisible Wall of Distrust". The Carnival is a unique idea that encourages trust and helps tear down the invisible wall I was writing about.

As for Paul's comment about the spam blocker snagging the carnival of trust, if I weren't so trusting, I might consider the long arm of the Reagan Administration :).

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