Integrity

Course #4 is about Integrity – in this course we’ll discuss what it means to live in a manner in which your words are congruent with your actions. Werner Erhard summed up the importance of integrity when he said, “without integrity, nothing works.” Integrity is about wholeness and completeness. This way of thinking about integrity is distinct from morals, ethics, judgments or subjective perspectives. Integrity is an empowering way of relating to yourself and others that gives you greater power and freedom than you might have previously known. We’ll discuss ways to strengthen, repair, and restore integrity in any area of your life where it might currently not exist. This model of integrity can help you live with greater power, effectiveness and peace.

Full Transcript

0:00 – Welcome to the Integrity course. Here is the main idea in this course: There are two ways to live when it comes to integrity: You either live in a manner in which your words are congruent with your actions or you don’t. Ultimately, it’s a choice to live either way, and if you don’t consciously choose to live the first way you are in effect making the choice to live the second way.

0:22 – Completing this course can help you:

Number one: Understand a way of thinking about integrity that’s distinct from morals, ethics, judgments, or subjective perspectives.

0:31 – Number two: Discover an empowering way of relating to yourself and others that gives you greater power and freedom than you might have previously known.

0:39 – Number three: Learn a way of strengthening or repairing the most important relationships in your life.

0:46 – Number four: Restore integrity in any area of your life where it might currently not exist.

0:53 – I’m so glad that you’re here in the School for Good Living coaching program. I hope you get so much value out of this course on integrity.

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Brilliant Miller

I help achievers learn & grow, connect, contribute and have fun.

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  • 18 Lessons