Why we don't trust you
Our systems and institutions are designed from mistrust, a point I make elsewhere.
This is a reasonable assumption, given:
Our myriad biases and fallacies, as enumerated in Behavioral Economics
The existence of bad actors in the world
Despite all this, trusting humans is the way forward. It builds abundance, relationships and community. It solves problems better than control and coercion. Best of all, trust releases our genius.
See the complementary site, What if we trusted you?