Before I opened the Reynolds Defense Firm I was a prosecutor, and we used to have a code word for those few people you could trust under pretty much any circumstance - a person like that was 'solid.'
To me, a solid person is someone who is going to tell you the straightforward truth, whether the news is good or bad; someone who will follow through and complete whatever they told you they would do; someone who you can count on to do his or her absolute best, regardless of the situation.
Now fast forward to today and that same 'solid' standard is what I use to describe the entire Reynolds Defense Firm. We've turned 'solid' into our firm culture, and it starts with our employees. To succeed at the Reynolds Defense Firm, to be part of our "A Team," each employee must be a solid individual first.
That means that each of us must be honest and sincere, confident, courageous, genuine and smart. Drive and heart matter here - nobody can 'phone it in. 'Pride in our work, the ability to anticipate rather than react, and a desire to improve every day, both personally and professionally, are required here as well. 'Solid' is a high standard, and if an employee doesn't meet our standards, they don't stay long.
Now, imagine for a minute the power of a defense firm made entirely of solid people working together as a team - that is our "A Team." And our "A Team" is the one you want on your side when it counts.