Integrity: being true to yourself

How to be your best

Integrity is an essential part of who you are and the way others see you. It is the part of character that resonates most clearly when important decisions or actions are taken. Integrity is the substance of the personal moral fabric (ethics and values of character) that we display and live in our daily public and private lives. It is actually a spiritual quality and motive that colors all our activities and especially how we treat others.

We cannot really change our character the way we change clothes for each activity. One character for business, one for school, one for sports, one for family or home, and another for fly-fishing. Who and what you are is always fundamentally the same.

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