Do you believe yourself to be a person of integrity? One of my favorite authors of the 1990's was John C. Maxwell. His perspectives on the subject of leadership were clear to understand and inspired me to be a leader of character. In his book Becoming a Person of Influence he writes how important personal integrity is:
"It seems that many people view integrity as an outdated idea,
something expendable or no longer applicable to them in our fast-paced world.
But the need for integrity today is perhaps as great as it has ever been."
People who have personal integrity must remain true to themselves and not surrender to the norms of the day. When I was talking with another therapist recently they were commenting that people who do not have self-discipline must depend on others to tell them what to do. Employees who hate micromanagers, but who are not able to work withou