How crucial is it for you to be able to trust your mother, wife, spouse, boss, and other loved ones? We will struggle to open up and be ourselves with others if we don't have somebody in our life that we feel we can trust.
When it comes to organizing your vacation time, for instance, you could trust your employer to be fair and give you the benefit of the doubt, but you might not necessarily trust him or her with your money, your kids, or even your house.
Trust is a complicated notion that exists on several levels. Another illustration would be that even if you trust your spouse with your money, assets, home, and life, you might not trust them to remember important anniversaries, keep the house tidy, or water the plants.
The quality of our relationships, which in turn depends on the level of trust we have established in them, will always play a significant role in determining the quality of our lives. Even though we think of ourselves as trustworthy individuals, we frequently forget that earning and maintaining other people's trust is our responsibility.
However, because we are constantly more concerned with how others treat us, we often neglect to watch how we treat others and never take into account the image we give them of our reliability.
Trust can only be earned over time by showing another individual that we are reliable for them; the same is true for our clients. When a life coach has shown that they maintain a constant attitude, clients start to trust them. Over time, we need to demonstrate to our clients that we are on their side and not the other; that we want to see them succeed rather than fail; and that our goals are the same as their goals (or that we have an agenda that is better than theirs: but for their benefit, not our own).
Mimi Rothschild is the Founder and CEO of the Global Grief Institute which provides Certification training programs for Grief Coach, Trauma Coach,End of Life Coach,and Children's Grief Coach. She is a survivor who has buried 3 of her children and her husband of 33 years.She is available for authoritative comments to the press on any issue surrounding thriving after catastrophic loss.MEDIA INQUIRIES:Info@GlobalGriefInstitute.com