Power Of Affirmations: The Fraud Triangle

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One night I was putting my oldest daughter, Genevieve (4), to bed. We chose a book about teaching kids the power of affirmations, “I Think, I Am!” (Tracy, 2008). As we went through the pages and discussed how the situations a character faced affected her daily life, we reached a page that contained an important lesson not only for children but also for business professionals. The sentences that made me think about my professional life was “If your friends all want you to go their way, it’s easy to think…If I don’t do what they want, they will be mad at me. Do what is right for you and tell yourself…I stand up for what is important to me.”
When the situation in the book is examined, the concepts that came to mind were the Fraud Triangle
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