INTEGRITY: I will always be the same person, whether in front of people or behind closed doors.
Integrity is all about being a real person. Always speak honestly. Don’t change, but do consider who you’re talking to and how you should adapt to them. Everyone is different and everyone has different perspectives. Because of this we need to be very aware of others and be able to put ourselves in their shoes. Integrity also involves the possession of moral and ethical principles. The value of strong integrity will lead you to places in life you might’ve thought were impossible.At Eagle Ranch Academy, we are here to show your teens what integrity is all about and what it consists of. Integrity goes along with so many other core values in life including all the values we believe to be in the pyramid of success.
Here are a few tips to get you and your teen started on learning the value of strong integrity.
Step 1: Become one with yourself.
Integrity often involves our own morals. Know your morals and bring them together. Unify them so that you completely understand what you believe to be ethical in this world. Be consistent with this concept as well as honesty. All of these things will help you develop a better understanding of the value of strong integrity.
Step 2: Become one with others.
Other than just learning about yourself and growing to know everything about yourself, take the initiative to learn from others. People will teach you things you never knew if you give them the chance. Share your moral beliefs with others so that they understand what integrity means to you. Value others and let them value you. Integrity goes a very long way if you’re being true to yourself and others.
Step 3: Don’t get lost by the influence of other people telling you what’s right and what’s wrong.
Some people don’t take pride in learning the value of strong integrity. These types of people simply just need guidance because if the concept of integrity can be learned, than anything can be learned. Often times, we let others influence our actions and this can sometimes lead us to getting lost. Lets go back to the first step where we talk about understanding our own moral beliefs. This foundation of knowledge is so incredibly essential to the value of our own integrity. We’ve got to understand what integrity means to us before anyone should be trying to sway our opinion about it.
The value of strong integrity becomes so apparent once we have become unified with ourselves and others. We all need to understand what the value of our own integrity means to us as individuals before we can begin to understand what it means to others and what it means to everyone out in the world. Create and develop your own value towards integrity in order to understand why it’s important to have morals and to be honest in every situation.
The Value of Strong Integrity | Eagle Ranch Academy