To start off our new year, I thought I would share a personal story with you.
My name is Elizabeth, and I am the CEO and President of the first BeTHNY bank, and an executive with the US Treasury Department.
Elizabeth is a senior executive in the Treasury Department, and we have to say that she is a very good friend of mine. She tells me that she and her husband, Andrew, have been going to be bank-sponsored events and that they are going to be traveling to the South Pole (because of the location) because that is where the Great Lakes are, and they are going to be traveling to the Cape of Good Hope.
We’re the first to take a look at the new BeTHNY bank. Check.
That’s just not right. Andrew and Elizabeth are trying to save the world. When things blow up and turn bad everyone is supposed to be helping out. The bank was founded by a group of people who took a great deal of time to plan this. They were the first to take a look at the new BeTHNY bank, and they took it over in less than two weeks. It was a little more than a week to be exact, so that’s a very impressive accomplishment.
As I’ve learned recently, some banks can be great, but others will be pretty disastrous. I think the BeTHNY bank will be the former, and that is going to be sad.
Trust is something that has to be earned. Trust does not come for free, and you should not give it away, and you should never sell it. The only way to earn trust is to work hard and learn the ins and outs of it. In your twenties, you can earn trust by showing up to networking events and attending meetings with people you know or by participating in community activities.
But trust doesn’t come for free either. There are many different kinds of trust, and you should pay attention to the different kinds that are available to you. Trust isn’t something you can buy or pay for. It’s something you must earn. There are different kinds of trust, and you should know what you’re getting. Not all trust is the same. Some trust comes naturally and is earned like a job or an investment, where you must work to earn it and then use it.
So trust is for getting something a little better than one or two and then getting it back to its original value. This is the time you have to be careful, or else the trust will become too much for you.
Trust is something that is earned. You must work for it and prove yourself; you can’t just walk into a bank and take it all.