190 pages / June, 2012 / 1,400 yen (w/o tax)
A top-notch executive assistant who has worked with executives for 10 years talks about the difference between reliable men and unreliable men.
Trust is the key to communication. However, many people say that they don’t know how to build mutual trust.
During the 10 years that the author has worked with executives, he has noticed that generally they are well regarded by all, and that distinguished executives with excellent careers share one thing in common: they are reliable.
This book outlines 35 ways to become a reliable person that the author learned from executives. It can help you become a trustworthy man, and you can build even richer relationships with the people around you.
1 Trustworthy men know that trust is intangible
3 Trustworthy men don’t need to show off their status
5 Trustworthy men are quick to say thank you
10 Trustworthy men know what real pride is
14 Trustworthy men are considerate of others
18 Trustworthy men value their partners
20 Trustworthy men don’t control; they manage
26 Trustworthy men speak through their actions
27 Trustworthy men have a seasoned charm
31 Trustworthy men have a life philosophy
33 Trustworthy men can tell confidence from overconfidence
Do people trust you?
That’s the question in the introduction of this book. The first time I read this question, I was taken aback. Trust is key in relationships between people. As I was editing this book, I decided that I too want to be a person people can rely on. I recommend this book for men and women alike.