First of all I was wrong for what I’ve done in the motor pool. And the reason I am writing this 3000 word essay is because I was dishonest to a member of my team and that’s in leadership. My NCO should have not got lied to by one of his soldiers in his section or any soldier in the untied states army. But one of the things I was doing was just joking but my NCO did not see it as joking he saw it as being a liar. Now what I have done was encounter a trust issue with my NCO. So by me being dishonest to an NCO says I am not following my army valves. It all goes back to when I was little my mom would tell me to do this and do that I would wait until I got ready to do it. Failure to listen to an NCO brings unfortunate results. The sound of words reach the eardrum, but much of the time the hearer does not translate it into a message to be understood by the brain. Listening is very different from hearing. Much is being said by an NCO about the importance of communication, and following directions but most of the emphasis is on the effectiveness of the NCO reaching his/hers’ soldier. Not sufficient recognition is devoted to a person's ability to listen to others, to comprehend as much as possible, not just facts, but intent and emotional overtones as well.