The government and our elected officials. Journalists and our media. Pharmaceutical and consumer products companies.
Who can you really trust today?
The world is polarized by agendas, opinions, and misinformation, leaving you the consumer – of politics, news, and products and services – devoid of the truth. And the inability to make objective decisions.
Are the policies – debated on Capitol Hill down to town hall – really going to help the people they are intended to serve? Are journalists realistically reporting both sides of a story equally, with actual, vetted facts? Are the products and services we use safe, and not causing more harm than good?
There is a huge credibility gap in the world. No one is taking ownership. No one is transparent nor accountable. And consumers are in a fog.
Things need to change.
The maelstrom we are currently in will not last forever. The cycle will shift, and people will ultimately wake up and reject the chaos that is being imposed and amplified by the unscrupulous.
Here lies a unique opportunity for politicians, journalists, and brands to step up by being consistently honest and credible. They need to speak the truth, even at the consequence of cancel culture.
People will take note, and support those that earn their trust.