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Robin Dreeke
Author of The Code of Trust, Founder of People Formula, a behavioral and trust building expert, and former head of The Behavioral Analysis Program.
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has written a terrific book on trust and leadership. Anyone looking to cultivate positive relationships can learn a tremendous amount from this book. Putting others first is an effective way to reach your own goals.
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Martin Baumeister Jul 12
Seek the greatness in others! The code of trust At the risk of repeating myself. I listened to this now three times, it is an excellent podcast hosted by Dov Baron with guest speaker Robin Dreeke! ⁦⁦
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Robin Dreeke Jul 13
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Thank you for the generous words 😊
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Robin Dreeke Jul 9
I am speaking today in California to a group of .
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Kevin Kruse Jul 9
Build rapport and trust like an FBI agent, with my guest via
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Thanks for the mention 😊
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Robin Dreeke Jun 28
I day is a wrap... Shout outs to my friends and classmates on a job well done... Impressive and smooth. Plebe summer / year / four years by the bay is humbling to witness and be part of. Go Navy! Beat Army!
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And... he is in
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Robin Dreeke Jun 27
Big day tomorrow 🇺🇸
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Eben Alexander MD Jun 21
Will Arntz ("What the BLEEP Do We Know!?"): "A very important book... illustrating a world beyond the limits of materialistic science...a roadmap for those wishing to bridge science and spirit and enter into a life of wonder & magic... a great read!"
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Paula Pant Jun 22
Something to think about: Goals fixate on the future. If you’re too goal-oriented, you risk missing the present moment; you live for the next milestone.
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