Personal Integrity

I have quit smoking at least 30 times. It has now been 8 years since I had a cigarette. We all talk about integrity. I’ll bet it is part of your organizations mission statement. In fact I’ll bet you
will jump through hoops, work late and pull out all the stops to deliver on a promise you’ve made to someone. But what about the promise you made to yourself?

•    I’ll exercise three times per week
•    I’ll quit eating sugar (wheat, corn, processed foods, meat, you name it)
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Nice Guy’s (and Gal’s) Finish Well

By now you have heard, one of the heavy weights in the field of personal development a giant, Zig Ziglar passed away on November 28, 2012. If you are like me you have already read many of the
tributes and memories, so I won’t rehash them.

Rather I want to point out the common thread that ties all of these together; Zig was a genuinely nice guy.

•    He wrote 13 books
•    Zig elevated the art of professional selling
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Did the Supreme Court make lying constitutional?

I was listening to Daniel Pink’s Podcast recently on the road and he mentioned the recent Supreme Court Ruling that over turned the Stolen Valor Act.  Link Here

Essentially the Supreme Court ruled that as long as no one is harmed by the lie you can claim free speech…. Who determines who is harmed? Is it like the Judge who knew pornography when he saw
it? What is the difference between claiming that I have a degree that I don’t vs. claiming a …

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