A person's reliability stems from the innate heart and the acquired sense of responsibility.
When I was a child, there was a math problem in my math class: There were 10 birds on the tree, and someone shot and killed 1 bird. How many birds are left on the tree?
Students who are not talented and impatient are likely to blurt out "there are 9 left", and very smart students will say "all flew away, not one left."
And students with reliable talents usually have a very careful logical reasoning:
"Did the shot by the man injure other birds? Is the tree big enough? Will the killed or injured bird fail to fall? Are other birds deaf or flightless? Will there be a particularly daring bird that just doesn't fly away?"
If the answer to any of the above questions is no, then there are 0 birds on the tree, 1 was killed and fell to the ground, and all the other birds flew away.
As you can see from the above example, the way the child with the reliable talent answers the question is quite annoying, and it will make you think too much, but if you think about it carefully, the questions he asks are not far-fetched, and every question will affect the answer.
In the current life, his attitude of inquiring into all the problems that may affect the results is very reliable.
What I understand about reliability is to be highly responsible for the results, to fully consider all the risks that can affect the results in the future, and to be good at solving problems encountered with rigorous and prudent thinking.
From a long-term perspective, the original talent in childhood cannot be captured, and the sense of responsibility can be cultivated when grown up, so it is not difficult for an adult to be reliable enough.
After working for a long time, you will find why every boss will post the article "Are You Reliable, Just Look at These Three Little Things" in the work WeChat group. Bosses want employees to take the initiative to become reliable and more direct. It is said that they should be reliable in their work. As for whether employees are reliable in life, few colleagues or bosses want to know.
That article defines reliability in three sentences:
"Everything has an explanation, everything has a solution, and everything has an echo". People are reliable. In essence, they are reliable in execution, rather than all-round reliability in dealing with things. When you decide to accept things, the reliability of the execution level is reached. Next, implement the action and give a result that satisfies the other party and yourself or even exceeds the 100-point expectation. Such a person will be a reliable person in any field. From a work point of view, it is indeed a reliable employee.
But work is only a very important part of life. There are many things in life that are not your work. You do not have to accept it. You can decide whether to accept it or not according to your own ability and time and space. Satisfaction level of completion after free decision acceptance.
At this time, many people began to become unreliable.
1. Reliable work does not mean that people are reliable
There is no salary control in social life. Many people who are very reliable in work are not reliable in life. I think the deep reasons are:
Those who are unreliable in life do not realize that her unreliability has brought trouble to others, and she thinks that she has nothing to lose, that is, there is no "unreliable cost".
Unreliable costs refer to various costs incurred because of their unreliability.
For example, when the Didi driver took the order, the passenger clearly told you that she had gone downstairs, but when the driver Latest Mailing Database arrived at the appointed place, the passenger did not show up. It is unreliable if the driver takes a detour to the agreed pick-up location.
Then the unreliable cost of the driver will be much more. First, it is very likely to lose the order, and it will also be badly rated; second, it will be more difficult to grab the order later. The ultimate unreliable cost is reduced revenue.
Then why did the passengers fail to arrive at the agreed place? It is very likely that she was still putting on lipstick at home. The passenger was afraid that it would be too late to go downstairs to take a taxi, so he took a taxi in advance and started simple makeup. Although in the case of taking a taxi, for the driver, the passenger is not punctual and reliable, but the passenger is likely to be very reliable in his work.
At work, you can explain everything and respond to everything. Why don’t you understand the driver enough when you take a taxi, and become less reliable? I guess from the point of view of the passenger, even if she is 15 minutes late, she has nothing to lose, and it is enough to say a few words of apology after getting on the bus.
In terms of the reliability of drivers and passengers arriving at the appointed place in time, the driver will basically arrive as soon as possible according to the navigation as long as the driver takes the order, while the passengers often take a taxi in advance and get on the bus after a delay. What if you want passengers to arrive at the agreed pickup location in time?
From the driver's point of view, if the driver clearly informs at the very beginning that "after arriving at the appointed place, you will be charged and wait for the passenger to get on the bus", the passenger will arrive at the pickup location faster.