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Unformatted text preview: There are almost always conflicts with my different values, and it takes a little bit longer to decide what is best. Though the decision making takes a bit longer, however I have to consider the good versus bad. I think that considering the positives and negatives will help make the best decision for everyone. The values in my organization and my values are very much similar to each other. In the Army there are 7 Army values that every soldier is expected to live by, and Respect is one of them. Personally, Respect is number one with me. In my culture, respect is a number one value that must be obeyed and passed down to your children. My culture teaches us that without respect, then there is not loyalty to your family. Personal Values is very important part of life and your family....
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- Spring '10