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Welcome to Trust Enabling Strategies' Trust Portal
Welcome to Trust Enabling Strategies' Trust Portal prototype. Our objective is to provide a single point of entry for all available resources on trust for business. It contains web sites, blogs, articles, papers, reports and books from leading trust experts, consultants, researchers and academics, as well as media and business practitioners commenting on trust issues. The information is maintained current with dynamically updating data feeds.
With the objective of maximizing the value of the Portal for all parties, and in an effort to embody the true spirit of trust, our commitment is to be inclusive and not consciously discriminate between competing providers of trust products and services. In other words, everyone is welcome. So lets collaborate to make this the best trust resource possible.
About the Trust Portal
The Portal is organized with tabs running across the top of each web page that categorize information by trust-related subject. The first tab, entitled "Trust Dashboard" provides a general overview of trust resources and current trust-related news. Subsequent tabs provide domain-specific information and resources on trust. You are invited to provide comments and recommendations either in the Comment box on the right side of this Sticky Note box or by sending me, Alex Todd, a private e-mail message at AlexTodd@TrustEnablement.com.
300 Dollars: It takes trust to loan someone money
Our distrust is very expensive. --Ralph Waldo Emerson
Good News of the Day: It takes trust to loan someone money, and today, as that quality deserts the credit markets that depend on it, Debbie Findling finds it alive and well at her corner market. This short audio segment provides a beautiful reflection on people connecting with people, trust, and optimism in the midst of the financial sector's current turmoil.