1836 runners and I came in 34th.
10K in 48:29 min.
We live in a mediocrity world
People perform one way when people are watching and another if no one is watching.
If we are not watching, we will get pulled in to become just like that.
Don’t sink down to that level.
“Yes, but everybody is not working so hard if the boss isn’t there. A few minutes late isn’t that bad. Everybody has a mess around their house.”
You are not everybody!
You should be the example at your company.
You do more than you should.
And, yes, you will get the promotion.
You represent God!
If you give your very best, you are giving honor to God.
People are not reading the bible, they are reading you.
Do more than you have to.
If you cut corners and came late, look unmotivated…
You’ll wonder why you don’t get a promotion.
God doesn’t reward sloppiness Continue reading Stop The Mediocrity
Honesty is telling the truth — in other words, conforming our words to reality.
Integrity is conforming reality to our words — in other words, keeping promises and fulfilling expectations.
This requires an integrated character, a oneness, primarily with self but also with life.
Let’s get practical
One of the most important ways to manifest inregrity is to be loyal to those who are not present. In doing so, we build the trust of those who are present. When you defend those who are absent, you retain the trust of those present.
Outtakes from Stephen Covey’s book – The 7 habits of highly effective people