Is trust earned or gained?
Trust Is Granted, Not Earned. Trust is one of the most critical elements of healthy relationships, families, teams, organizations and communities. However, you may have an odd or disempowered relationship to trust—you’ve been taught that people must earn your trust, when in fact, it’s something you grant to others.
Furthermore, how is trust gained?
Trust as a verb means “to believe.” If you believe in something or someone, then you have confidence in them. To gain trust, we must be believable so that another will have confidence in our ability to keep our word, do our part, and follow through on expectations set. Trust is active through believing.
who said trust is earned not given? Bob Chapman
what does trust earned mean?
Be trustworthy, have integrity, show stability and FEEL confident in your own life, then the TRUST within is EARNED. When you put trust into someone else’s behavior, it is a recipe for disaster if you ask me. It’s a constant, never-ending battle that can never be won.
Can trust be earned back?
The good news is it’s not. Trust can, in fact, be rebuilt if both partners are willing to put in the time and work. Any healthy relationship is built on a foundation of mutual trust. Depending on the circumstances surrounding a breach of trust, the steps for reparation may vary.