First and foremost, I remained cooperative with the investigative audit from the start, and I gave them everything they asked for and answered every question. One of the most important things was making sure to leave no stone unturned, thus demonstrating that I had nothing to hide from them. I focused on gathering the evidence that they demanded, and I proved my innocence by my willingness to cooperate, even though I had every right to be indignant with them. The biggest thing I learned from that particular experience was the importance of maintaining a good attitude throughout the process, regardless of how inconvenient or stressful it may be. Things would not have turned out so well for me if I had resisted.