Marty Rubin “Honest is telling the truth to yourself and others. Integrity is living that truth.” Kenneth H. Blanchard “I think the adage that applies equally to public affairs as it is to private affairs is that honesty is always the best policy.” George Washington “Better to be hurt by the truth than comforted by lies.” Khalid Husseini “Have the courage to say no. Have the courage to face the truth. Do the right thing because it is right. These are the keys to living with integrity.
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W. Clement Stone “I’d rather be who I am, even at the risk of incurring ridicule, than be fake and incur my own disgust.” Frederick Douglass “Once the trust of fellow men is lost, their respect and respect can never be regained.” Abraham Lincoln “Lies have australian b2b companies speed, truth has stamina.” Edgar J. Morne “The cornerstones of balanced success are honesty, character, integrity, faith, love and loyalty.” Zig Ziglar “There is one way to tell if a man is honest: ask him; if he says yes, you know he is crooked.
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Mark Twain “Honest and forthright can make you vulnerable. Be honest and forthright no matter what.” Kent Keith “Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress.” Mahatma Gandhi “Be faithful to your work, your promises, and your friends.” Henry David Thoreau “You don’t always have to slash with the sword of truth. You can also use it to point.” Anne Lamotte “Integrity first; then courage; then brains—all of which are indispensable.