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Who Can I Trust? A Practical Guide by Maggie…
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Who Can I Trust? A Practical Guide

by Maggie Wahls

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Answers for the Eternal Question: Who Can I Trust? Trust is something that man in ancient times learned from the Shaman of his tribe. It was the Shaman's example as a member of that tribe or community that showed the people how and why to be trustworthy. It is not something that we learn in our modern day society because Traditional Shamanism has been all but lost to modern man. Let Shaman Elder Maggie Wahls, with her over 50 years of experience in the subject, help you: Understand the illusion of control and the power of letting go Identify and master the five elements of trust: Reliability, Consistency, Truthfulness, Accountability, and Follow-through Learn why people lie and how to avoid this trap Discover your own truth and how emotions can color it Understand diversionary tactics that people employ to avoid accountability Explore the nature of ulterior motives and how they affect follow-through.… (more)

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