Posts Tagged ‘integrity’

Is That Really the Truth?

We live in a time when we are inundated with news, facts, figures, claims, statistics, and other information. This growth in available information is accelerating as the methods of spreading it are added. We now have word of mouth, mail, email, websites, Google and other search engines, Linked In, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and the list continues to grow. In fact the available ways to send and receive information can be overwhelming.

But There’s a Problem

With all the information with which we are bombarded, how can we tell what is true, and even if true is it valuable? First, what is truth? I once heard a definition that I think is helpful. Truth is anything (symbol, word, etc.) that corresponds to reality. So, for example, the word light corresponds to the reality we know at light, and likewise the word two or the symbol 2 correspond to a particular value we know.

The Problem is Truth Claims

Each day we hear numerous statements, some of which Read the rest of this entry »

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Work and Personal–A Common Thread

If you attend church you are familiar with the concept of a Sunday Christian. This is a person who acts one way on Sunday and a whole different way during the rest of the week – even varying their behavior based on the group they’re with. There is in essence no common thread to who they are.

A Highly Stressful Way to Live?

Perhaps you have read the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. It is the story of a struggle by one man who seems very good at one time and quite an evil individual at another time. I won’t get into the various interpretations of the book, but merely use it as an illustration of how some live. One moment they are Mr. Nice Guy and the next moment Read the rest of this entry »

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The High Price of Integrity

Earlier I wrote an article, Integrity-–-Success Demands It, in which I discussed the importance of maintaining high integrity in business.

There Is a Price

In my earlier writing I mentioned a couple of instances where I was faced with having to refuse to do something I knew to be dishonest or had to report the dishonesty of another employee. While it was actually easy for me to maintain the position I took, the consequences were another story. In both cases Read the rest of this entry »

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Integrity – Success Demands It

I write this under the assumption that you have a standard of integrity to which you strive to adhere.  If you don’t, this article is probably not for you.  Well, maybe it is and will start a thought process that proves helpful.  In reality, our integrity at work should be indistinguishable from our integrity outside of work.

Ever Had this Happen?

Have you ever been in a work situation where you were told to Read the rest of this entry »

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