When you first hear the words no consideration, for many people what comes to mind is money.  There are legal transactions which state no consideration for a transfer of a home to a trust.  The same occurs with trading by private parties.  However, for the majority of people in the world no consideration means exactly that.  That the other individual does not care about being considerate,  think about others prior to speaking or have the thoughtfulness to help a person when they need it.  In the workplace, the lack of consideration is often blatantly apparent.  For example, a person is working on a project and has a deadline.  They ask for help from a workmate who could clearly assist, but they refuse claiming they are too busy.  Then ten minutes later that same person is on a coffee break, smoke break, or chatting with another co-worker.  Often it doesn’t take much to help out another person yet they have no consideration for anyone but themselves.  Take a look at driving.  How many people do you come across on a daily drive with absolutely no consideration for anyone else?  They drive either too fast or too slow.  If you honk at them they literally lose their temper with you by either screaming out their window or giving you an obscene gesture.  Just recently my son was on a freeway doing the legal limit.  All of a sudden a twenty-two wheeler truck, (a truck hauling three trailers) had a near fatal accident as he came upon a woman in a small vehicle going at least forty miles/ 64 kilometers below the speed limit in a middle lane.  At the last minute the truck driver swerved to avoid her.  In that case the woman’s complete lack of consideration could have caused a major accident.  In the Good Gus series, the only character who had no consideration for anyone was Bad Bart.  The series is available exclusively on Kindle worldwide.  If family and friends have no consideration for you, relax and take a week-end reading break with “Misplaced Trust.”  It is available on these e-book websites:  24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.