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Trust

Display confidence in others, rely on others to do what is expected, and remain consistent in what others expect from you.

Trust’s power lies in mutually held, supportive relationships. Depending on the circumstances you encounter in your work, lives can literally depend on it (as in law enforcement, for example). Don’t take the power of trust for granted. Make a continual investment in your relationships to help it grow, remain strong, and endure. When you do, you create a shared sense of “we’re in this together, I’ve got your back”—and what might present as an insurmountable obstacle morphs into a daunting but engaging challenge. At ...

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