If you want to create more prosperity, energy and happiness for yourself in this low-trust society, the most powerful, single step you can do is to turn trust into a great opportunity? “Smart Trust” represents the last remaining high impact intangible leverage factor/point a business owner, entrepreneur, professional or employed person could harness – to increase every facet of success, prosperity, positioning impact and collaboration.
Why? The more you trust someone, their purpose, motives, message and actions – the faster you “buy into” whatever they are offering, proposing, asking, selling, requesting, — from motiving team members to embrace an initiative, to persuading vendors to provide preferential pricing from compelling prospects to say “yes” (through your marketing/selling) and getting them buying more things, more often — and referring more quality people to becoming lifelong, raving fans of your business and you.
From getting people to work their hearts out for you or your cause or purpose – to getting people to love you – it ALL flows farther, faster, harder, deeper, more successfully, substantially and sustainingly from – ta-dah! – “trust.” But few people grasp aALL the positive implications of commanding total trust.
Few people live a trust-based, purpose-based business or personal life. Even fewer grasp the monumental cost (in financial, emotional and achievement-based) terms that a lack of trust can inflicts — to a business and to your entire life or career or personal relationships. It transcends mere credibility. It vaults past mere ethos. It goes well beyond integrity.
There are “clear cut” factors that create supreme trust. I’m betting you don’t know what most – or any – of them are. That does NOT imply you aren’t honorable in your intentions or that you don’t try to do business truthfully, respectfully. It means you can’t possibly maximize the success, the satisfaction, the reputation, the prosperity, the connection, the richness of interactions you have in your business and personal life.
“Nothing is more important than building trust… “Trust is the key to global reality… with customers, bosses, co-workers and subordinates is essential to business success. The ability to build trust with your spouse, children and friends is essential to personal success. The good news is that trust can be built. The better news is that trust can be rebuilt faster than most of us think. Trust is built on 1. Self trust, 2. Relationship trust, 3. Organizational trust, 4. Market trust, 5. Societal trust.
Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything, trust is the one thing that can builds or destroy every human relationship. The lack of trust will brings down the most powerful countries, bankrupt the most profitable companies, and destroy the happiest of marriages.
However, trust is the least studied and least understood element of business success. The trust formula, “When trust goes up, speed will also go up and cost will goes down.” The inverse is also true. “When trust goes down, speed will goes down and costs will go up.” Example. After 9/11 trust went down, speed also went down and cost went up….” Enough said?
A final thought, “Smart Trust,” will – I promise – forever alter your worldview – your business fate, your every relationship with every human being you interact with directly, indirectly, individually or in any form of multiplied impact (meaning correspondence, advertising, marketing, etc.).
Words from the Founder of Build Small Business Credit Kaiim Daids: Having been an entrepreneur since the 80’s and starting multiple corporations and LLCs in a variety of disciplines, he has built a strong passion to assist small business owners and entrepreneurs in starting and protecting their personal credit the right way by obtaining corporate credit.
When you’re a relatively new or small company, trying to navigate the credit and lending world can feel like a vicious Catch-22. Most commercial banks and traditional lenders are reluctant to loosen their purse strings until you’ve proven yourself with a strong credit history. But it’s difficult to develop that good record when no one will lend to you in the first place.
Creditors are going to be looking at the personal credit of the person who owns the business (or any shareholders with more than 20% ownership of the company). In today’s lending environment, you should expect to be asked to sign a personal guarantee on any kind of loan or credit of the business. This isn’t always mandatory, but it has recently become common practice in the lending industry.
To build corporate credit with no personal guarantee: NO you don’t have to be a Fortune 500 company, NO you don’t have to have millions in sales and NO you don’t have to give a personal guarantee! All you need is the education and knowledge to do it, and do it right. There is one caveat, the first thing I learned is that before you go on an application spree there are very integral, yet basic steps, that must be taken to have the success with your approvals.
I went out and made the mistakes, fell on my face and now have the knowledge to duplicate it again and again with future businesses. My vision behind Build Small Business Credit is to provide the small business owners with educational materials that take the hassle out of the business credit building process and drastically reduce the learning curve.
I spent countless hours of reading and sorting through all the complications that is out there in order to be able to offer you a simple process that can be followed to obtain corporate credit. My knowledge and experience in building corporate credit is now available on my Facebook page for exclusive discounts and giveaways!
Where you will find offers current, credible and best of all FREE information. The most important thing to remember is that you can’t build business credit overnight. Business owners should think about their business credit from day one. Even if you’re self-funded now, you never know what challenges or growth opportunities will develop down the road. Having access to credit can only help you adapt to changing conditions and position yourself for success.
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