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Building Trust (Michael Hyatt)

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Michael Hyatt (Photo credit: Dawn Camp)

There are a few blogs I follow on a regular basis. They are blogs that I find particularly engaging and interesting and blogs I feel I learn something from or that inspire me. Michael Hyatt’s blog is one of them.

Michael Hyatt is the Chairman of Thomas Nelson and a popular speaker and leadership expert. His blog is an almost daily source of interesting and useful information on leadership, life, and good business practices. It’s the kind of stuff I can learn from and then want to pass on to others.

Yesterday, Michal posted on building (or rebuilding) trust. I encourage you all to click on the link and read his post. I think you’ll find it worth the couple minutes spent.

Observation: Our children will have a difficult time ever learning to trust God if they can’t trust Mom and Dad. Agree? Disagree?

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About michaelkingbooks

I write stories of faith and family, love and loss, heartache and triumph. Here I blog about faith, relationships, and genuine living.

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3 thoughts on “Building Trust (Michael Hyatt)

  1. Mike, any other blogs you can recommend? I just read a few more of Michael Hyatts posts and it is really good practical stuff. Thanks

    Posted by Ben Jacobs | April 17, 2012, 7:53 am
  2. Thanks Mike I will check them out!!

    Posted by Ben Jacobs | April 18, 2012, 10:56 am

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