What you can learn from over a million people who healed their relationships

“It is well with me only when I have a chisel in my hand.”

– Michelangelo


I don’t do well when I don’t know what to do next.

When I spin.

When I’m riddled with doubt.

I actually feel physical pain when I’m deeply uncertain about which course of action will produce my desired result.

How about you? I’d imagine you’re not a big fan of ambiguity, either. Especially when it comes to negotiating your relationships. And especially when it comes to healing relationships that have gone off track.

Here’s where I can help.

Healing relationships – and making strong relationships even stronger – is all about deepening self-awareness and trust.

For the next several weeks, I’m going to help you become aware of how you can take self-awareness and trust to the next level through rigorously unpacking my trust building model – and my model to rebuild trust that’s been compromised.

I know. More models. What’s so special about these?

I’ll tell you.

For 25 years, these models have supported over a million people all over the world to heal their relationships, deepen trust, and finally begin doing their very best work. The people in the image above are just a few of the million to have put these models into practice:



These models? They have given people back their lives.

Their energy.

Their enthusiasm.

Their commitment.

Their joy.

People have remembered how to genuinely connect with one another – not just as professionals, but as people. None of us does our best work in a vacuum. We need the support of other people.

We need healthy, trusting relationships.

At the end of this series of posts, you’ll have gained significant awareness in what builds trust, what breaks it, and what you can do to dramatically improve and sustain trust and your relationships.

Next week, we’ll get started with the first unpacking of one of my model’s trust building behaviors. It’s a behavior that builds Trust of Capability®.

I didn’t choose it randomly. The people who’ve taken my Trust Quiz have identified it as the behavior they’re struggling with the most right now.)

See you next week.

Yours in trust,

Dennis Reina, PhD

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