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Lessons From the Field #32:
Integrity Counts

Valuing one principle more than another can wreak havoc on your integrity. As you watch today’s 55 seconds, you may want to ask yourself:

  • What principles are most important to me and the future of my family?
  • How do I currently integrate them in a way that promotes clear choices and smart decision-making?
  • Where can I demonstrate to those I love the soundness and completeness integrity brings to our family?

You can run but not hide from living a well-balanced life of integrity. Without it some form of breakdown is inevitable. With it you have a good shot at true family wealth.

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A person of integrity demonstrates their inner qualities when living by strong moral principles.

The integrated principles of truth, wisdom, respect, courage, empathy, and self-control are the bedrock from which noble leaders operate.

Whether you are a family fiduciary or responsible for a large organization, leading with integrity creates an atmosphere of harmony and growth.

I was fortunate because my parents lived with integrity and talked about it.

In the movie the Godfather, Michael Corleone, a man of questionable integrity, is so confused about why his family is falling apart he had to ask his mother.

When honored, integrity can last for generations. When violated, relationships disappear.

How do you nurture the integrity of your family?

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