Book Review: The Code of Trust
The Code of Trust
I am currently reading quite a few books this month, but none quite like this one. The Code of Trust written by Robin Dreeke and Cameron Stauth is a helpful tool in learning how to be considered a trustworthy person. Thanks to net galley I was able to read and review this book prior to its initial release date. It has been one of those easy to read and enjoyable books.
It is not like most books where you're learning something from, it takes on more of a story and lesson feel rather than a textbook convey of information. The authors use stories from their lives experiences to share and illustrate the different principles of building trust. If you enjoy spy-related stories, there are quite a few in this book. It also has a practical application of each principle and what it looks like in everyday life. If all educational type books flowed like this one I would know about a lot of different things. Overall, this book is worth your time to read, it is educational and entertaining. To conclude, The overarching theme of The Code of Trust is a person who willingly puts others first is seen as trustworthy.
The Code of Trust by Robin Dreeke and Cameron Stauth is available now. If you aren't much of a reader, there is an audio book as well. I highly recommend reading this book especially if you enjoy learning more about building trust within the relationships around you.
Until next time, Happy Reading!