People can bet the farm on us and still be able to sleep at night. Reliability earns therespect of those around us.A l
eader’s most powerful ally is his or her own example.Purity of intention is really a reflection of the heart…the heart of a person with integrityalways wants to do what’s right, once he or she is sure what “right” is.
Helping others in any way
with a smile, a nod or a pat on the back
warms the heart.
There is always great joy in learning that something you’ve said or done has been
meaningful to another, especially when you do it without any thought of receivinganything in return.The most important profession in the world is parenting. The second is teaching, andeveryone is a teacher to someone.
Each one of us has a different mix of talents and a distinctive set of circumstances…if we
put forward our best effort, we can consider ourselves to be successful.
Don’t measure yourself by what you accomplished, but by what you should haveaccomplished with your ability. You can’t live a perfect day without doing something for
someone who will never be able to repay you.Friendship comes from mutual esteem and devotion. Friendship is doing for others while
they are doing for you. Friendship goes both ways. …It’s based on mutual concern.
With competitive greatness, we can deliver our best when our best is needed; at the sametime, we can make those around us better, too.Resourcefulness is using our wits, proper judgment and common sense to solve problems
and meet challenges… dreaming up ways to meet our goals.
If we want to succeed, we must readily adapt to circumstances as they unfold
thisincludes both what we cannot change and what will take some time to change.It is easier to reach our potential when we learn the value of including others in our quest.Do nothing out of rivalry or conceit, but in humility consider others as more importantthan yourselves. Everyone should look out not [only] for his own interests, but also forthe interests of others.
…we are most likel
y to succeed when ambition is focused on noble and worthy purposesand outcomes rather than on goals set out of selfishness.