I really like how Dr. Kharraz noted that while honesty, integrity, intelligence, and determination are skills you want to have, the true value should be the "principles by which you make difficult decisions." This really accentuates that there is potential to be morally sound but still make bad decisions in the most stressful times. Therefore, we should all strive to remember this in our everyday lives and really reflect on how we go about making difficult decisions and what our decision-making process says about us. For example, no one wants to be colleagues with someone who, when making decisions, decides on a specific outcome solely out of selfishness. Yes, they may be honest and intelligent, but how can you have a mutually rewarding relationship if they only ever want what is best for them?