Lessons learned about integrity

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Do you have integrity in your life?

Integrity comes from within.

For your consideration here are a few ideas about integrity. 

Integrity is…

…being aligned with how you live!

…doing what is right, not what is easy!

…the essence of intentions, purpose, and principle!

Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your integrity.

You are able to take your lessons learned about integrity
to the next when you…

Are being present in the moment
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Bottom line: Integrity is all about honesty, and trust.

The choice is yours!

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learned about integrity
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