How to build trust

Hey yah!!!!! People how are you all …I hope all are doing great.

So people today I am here with an amazing lesson of life about how to build trust and lead life

Once upon a time, A successful business man presented his son with a set of three small dolls as he above to handle the reins of his successful company to the young man. Confused, the son asked his father, “Am I a girl that you are giving me this dolls to play with?”  Calmly, the father replied, “This is the gift for a future business genius. Have a look at the dolls son, said the father. You’ll see a hole in each ear of each of the three dolls. Then the business man gave a string and asked him to pass it through the ear holes of each of the dolls .

Intrigued the young man picked up the first doll and put the string into the ear, it came out from the other ear. “This is one type of person,” said the father.

TYPE 1: Whatever is heard through ones ear comes out of the other. He cannot retain any thing.

When the man put the string into the ear hole of the second doll, it came out from the mouth. “And this is the second type of person,” said the businessman.

TYPE 2: Whatever is heard through the ears comes out of the mouth.

As the son picked up the third doll and repeated the process, the string just didn’t come out, “This is the third type of person,” said the father.

TYPE 3: Whatever is heard through the ears is locked up and never comes out. Amused the son asked his father, “Which one of the three is the best, dad?” As an answer to that question, the businessman handed him the fourth doll, When the young man put string into the ear hole of the doll, it came out from the other ear, Do it again, said the father.

This time, the string came out of the mouth. When he put the string in the third time, it did not come out at all. “This is the person you must look for as your confident,” said the business man.

  • To be trust worthy a man should know when not to listen, letting the information pass from one ear and out of the other.”
  • “He should always know when to speak up and when to remain silent and should also never share what’s gone in.”

Ladies and gentlemen, whether in our personal or professional dealings, if we can practice these three principles and also find those who do, “the level of trust goes up and interpersonal dealings, can be enhanced.”