The higher your level of Integrity, the better your performance

The higher your level of Integrity, the better your performance

Why is integrity important? Because among other things, it’s foundational! Would you ever build a house on sand? NO, and for obvious reasons, there would be critical underpinning problems and the structure would be likely to subside. You wouldn’t be able to trust it, and that problem would be apparent from the first heavy rain. There would be questions about the building’s performance, wouldn’t there? In short, you couldn’t trust the building because of the foundations not being built on solid ground. And, that’s a key point; a lack of integrity damages trust.

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The biggest incompletion in life is the one we have with the person in the mirror

The biggest incompletion in life is the one we have with the person in the mirror

We draw conclusions from our experience, situations, people and circumstances and build up a narrative about ‘how things are’. Then we live like that is The Truth, when in reality, it is a likely story and a potentiality, and not necessarily how things are at all.
And then, we deny ourselves opportunities in life because we believe the stories we are telling ourselves; effectively weaponizing the incompletion, and we use it against ourselves and occasionally against others. That’s neurotic!

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Think outside the box? The question is what box do you mean?

Think outside the box? The question is what box do you mean?

Fun Fact: We all ‘box’ information. It’s part of how we are wired to short-cut information by generalising and deleting what we see hear and experience. It’s how we make sense of our world, and it’s how we make meaning. Meaning has to do with interpretation, and this is where the Boxes, which are a short-cut, come in. Those same short cuts limit our thinking.

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Why courage is the King of personality traits

Why courage is the King of personality traits

What would happen if values provided the context for our lives? To Live according to your values requires courage, and sometimes it takes an enormous amount of courage to do that.

The loser we live our values, the more likely they are to be externalised.

Conversely…

The tighter we live our values, the higher the degree to which we have internalised them.

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Who’s On Your Team?

Who’s On Your Team?

Your Vision of the future is simply not grand enough if you can achieve it on your own! You need to expand that great idea into a grand ideal by multiplying the concept by a factor of hundreds or even thousands.  Your Vision is the end game, a utopia that you may not...

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