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The Importance of Trust and Access to Information

by seo on September 15, 2009

Career Mission’s Chief Executive Officer, Harrison Barnes, discussed the importance of trusting the people you are associated with. Harrison lives by the golden rules of having as much access to information to make the right decisions and putting your faith in the people you are dealing with. In this way, you could make your life function in an incredibly efficient and productive manner.

Citing the examples of the two brokers he encountered with, Harrison points out that it is of prime importance to trust people without a question until they actually mess things up. One let him down by leading him to a unit that would have cost him more than he had expected, and the other, who trusted him so much that he even allowed Harrison to sleep among important papers. Harrison believes that once you have learned who you can trust and who you cannot, you move forward in the world with a high degree of certainty and tend to worry less about various things.

Also, it is important to look at situations from multiple points of view while making your decisions. You need to collect every bit of information that you can possibly track down before taking any step. Again, with so much of information, decision making becomes extremely difficult. However, the more you know and understand, the easier it will be for you to make sensible decisions. In conclusion, Harrison states that without access to information, without mixing it up and without trust it is difficult to progress in life and make the best decisions.

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