When it’s a matter of life and death, men and crewmembers survive sinking ships in greater numbers than women and children.
It’s truly every man for himself.
Maritime disasters are tragic events but they show us how ordinary people react under stressful situations.
So it’s back to you trusting you in everyday life.
You can’t expect the trust of another if you’re not willing to 100% trust yourself first.
You have all you need for trust.
Start first by listening to your instincts.
No one knows you better than you do, that counts for a lot.
Trust is not a wish or hope, it’s a hard choice that precedes the end result.
When you doubt yourself, you are hurting yourself.
The word trust has the letter “u” right in the middle – what a convenient reminder. Subscribe to these Day Starters for free here.
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