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Are you a person who can seal a deal with a handshake based on your integrity?

“The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.”

Bob Marley – One of the Founders of Reggae Music

What is integrity?

Integrity is a defined as “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.

Anyone that is living in integrity is someone that is living a sound, whole, and complete life.

If you are living in integrity, you are fully executing your own unique soul plan on your journey through life and executing your own superpowers.

You seek out and attract others who have a similar vibrational frequency to be on your journey with you.

“As you walk in integrity, fellow travelers are drawn to you.”

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

Your fellow travelers have the confidence and belief that you will, do what you say you will do, based on your own moral compass.

You always bridge the gap and follow through on all your comments with the appropriate actions.

You inspire others to be on the same journey of integrity, a lifelong pursuit of a sound, whole and complete life.

Living in integrity, you will build your own self-esteem, self-confidence and live in an empowered state.

You will also attract and interact with other fellow travelers at a similar vibrational frequency who are living their own lives and walking their own path with integrity.

What steps can you take to live a life with integrity? 

  1. Understand and Evaluate Your Life Boundaries. To live a life of integrity your current boundaries are important. Your boundaries include your values. Your values are your principles or standards of behavior. Your boundaries include your life arcs. You have a major life arc and a set of minor life arcs. Your major life arc is also your comfort zone. Your set of minor life arcs exist within the limits of your major life arc and include your own individual internal and external physical, emotional, psychological, sexual and spiritual boundaries. Thus, your major life arc and your minor life arcs are actually a set of behavioral constructs that define and predict how you will react to every situation you encounter in your daily life. To live a life of integrity, you must step back and understand and evaluate what your current boundaries and life arcs are.
  2. Evaluate Every Choice You Make Before You Make It. Every choice you make matters if you want to live a life of integrity. You must make the same choices with confidence when you are alone and no one is watching, as you would when you are with a group people, who are watching you. You cannot lie to or deceive anyone. Before you make a choice and take any actions, ask yourself at least these two simple questions: (1) If my choice was posted all over social media and could never be removed, would I be ok with my choice? and (2) If I make this choice, how will I feel afterwards and how will it make other people feel?
  3. Make Authentic Choices. To live a life of integrity, you have to make authentic choices that are the best choices you can make for you. Making authentic choice means that you are making genuine choices. Authentic choices represent your true nature and beliefs. Making authentic choices mean you are making choices that are true to yourself. Making authentic choices also includes making choices looking inward first and listening to your “first sense,” your intuition to make those choices.

Living a life with integrity allows you to make a positive impact in your life and the lives of the people you encounter.

Out There on the Edge of Everything®…

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

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Certified solution-focused life coach and experienced business coach.