By Sam Smith

Pull out a pad of paper and on the left hand side write down the names of all the nationally prominent individuals you trust and admire.

That didn’t take long, did it?

Now on the right hand side write the names of all the individuals you personally know, or closely know about, and whom you trust and admire.

You can stop when you get the point. In all likelihood you have clearly identified both the problem and the solution.

We live in a bifurcated society in which an inordinate number of people that the media suggest we should admire are crooks, narcissists or incompetent – among other things, yet in our more personal lives we often have a wealth of individuals we enjoy, respect and work well with.

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