Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Integrity is taking action in a manner that’s in line with your declared values. Many
individuals confuse integrity with morals and ethics. According to Wikipedia, “Integrity is a concept of consistency of actions, values, techniques, measures, principles, expectation and results.”

Look At Yourself

To act with integrity means your actions match your stated beliefs and values.
To act out of integrity means your actions don't match up with your stated values and beliefs.
For instance, if a marketer states on his site, “I value helping other people succeed”, but then he doesn't take action to help other people succeed—he's out of integrity.
But, if a marketer states on his site, “I value helping myself succeed”, and he takes action to succeed—then he has integrity. Integrity isn't about being correct or incorrect. It’s about actions matching up with stated values and beliefs.
The most significant thing, particularly if you're an individual marketing yourself online, is that you have integrity with yourself. If you don’t have that, you may never have it with anybody else.

What are your opinions?
What do you time value?
What is significant to you?

Does what you offer, and how you depict your business, have integrity? Do the actions you take online match up with your core beliefs?
That is step #1 in success. If your actions don’t match-up with your core values and beliefs— if integrity doesn't exist—attempting to accomplish success will be an uphill battle.
But, when what you provide is in line with your core values and beliefs, any resistance appears to dissipate without notice.
It’s not a “fight” of getting individuals to purchase stuff. It’s merely a matter of sharing what is already there. The whole process of making revenue becomes fun and enjoyable.
Let’s face it: we don’t have a limitless number of days on this earth.

There's no point in “struggling” to make revenue when you may have fun making money. This is the advantage of building a legacy with integrity.

Producing a successful business, regardless if it’s online or a traditional business, takes a lot of “blood, sweat and tears”.
The last thing you wish is to put in all of this work, and have nothing to show for it.

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