Integrity Is EverythingBlog / Produced by The High Calling
In business and in life, we all want to deal with honest people. We look for people who keep their word. We want to be around people we can trust. We look for people we can depend on not only in the big stuff, but for the little things. I’ve found that one of the biggest compliments you can give someone is to say they are “a person of integrity.
On the other hand, the most contentious conflicts I’ve encountered happened when someone’s integrity was questioned
I have a simple, yet very effective, way to make sure you remain a person of integrity.
In any difficult situation, ask yourself these three questions:
● Would my parents be proud of me?
● Would my spouse respect me?
● Would my children look up to me?
If the answer is no, you need another course of action
Remember the French proverb, “There is no pillow so soft as a clear conscience.”
Read the rest of Marc Corsini's article, Integrity is Everything.
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