We must be much more careful when choosing whom to trust
It may take twenty years to build trust, but you can destroy it in just a few minutes
By: Pierre A. Kandorfer, Ph.D.
Trust is a firm reliance on the integrity of a person we consider reliable, honest, truthful, and decent. A person who won't lie, deceit or cheat on us. In short, a human with values, morals, and ethics prohibiting him to be a jerk and to turn on us.
"It may take twenty years to build trust, but you can destroy it in just a few minutes," Pierre summarizes in his latest book.
Pierre's book investigates this basic foundation of human connections, from most casual friendships to most intimate relationships. Trust is existential for all of us because it rules all human interactions we have with each other.
The book displays all important aspects of trust such as trusting people you don't trust, psychology of trust, trusting your intimate partner, trusting your family, trusting your friends, trusting your boss, trusting your neighbors, trusting our society, trusting politicians, trusting scientists, and trusting God.
Pierre Kandorfer' books are available at NeverGiveUpYourDream.US, Amazon, and other book sellers.
Pierre Kandorfer is a veteran journalist with thirty-five years of media background. He wrote thousands of articles, hundreds of TV programs and a dozen books such as "No More Doubt – Science Confirms the Bible," "Fight Back Manual," "Find Peace of Mind or Lose Your Mind," in addition to some media textbooks.
Pierre taught media communications, acted as Dir. of Programming of a nationwide TV broadcasting, worked as TV host and producer of a movie series and hundreds TV shows. He also is a commercial pilot, speaks several languages, is a proud Christian and passionate Constitutionalist.
Pierre A. Kandorfer, Ph.D.