PSI Seminars Area Director Teresa Corbitt talks about Personal Integrity

Personal Integrity

Personal integrity is the quality of being honest with yourself and others, and living in a manner which is consistent with your values, purpose and goals. The first step to living with integrity is self-awareness. The better you understand yourself, the easier it is to make choices that are congruent with your beliefs.

  • Know yourself. Have a vision for your life that guides your thoughts and actions.
  • Speak your truth. Be honest with yourself and others.
  • Keep your word. Build healthy, supportive relationships based on mutual trust and respect.

It is your inner thoughts, attitudes and beliefs that determine who you are. Listen to this podcast episode and discover how true integrity comes from within.

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New Year, New Goals

The start of the new year is an exciting and inspiring time, a time to renew your vision for your life and set your sites on worthy goals for the year ahead. The decisions made in the next couple weeks can help set the tone for months to come, giving you the opportunity to lay a strong foundation for your best year yet!

It all begins with knowing what you want. New Year’s resolutions like “lose weight” and “make more money” are often abandoned after only a few weeks, because they’re not specific, not enough to keep you motivated and moving when the going gets rough. So how you can you set yourself up to win and set goals that you’ll stick to until you succeed?

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Fear, Regret, and The Life of Your Dreams

Every day man crucifies himself between two thieves–the regret of yesterday, and the fear of tomorrow. – Benjamin Disraeli

How much of your life is spent living in regret? How much time is spent living in fear?

Time is your most precious commodity. You are only given so much, and yet nobody knows how much they have. The regret of yesterday and the fear of tomorrow are what stand between you and the life of your dreams. Decisions based on either regret or fear don’t typically turn out well, yet it’s easy to continue to make them if you are unaware of how these forces come to play in your life. Continue reading Fear, Regret, and The Life of Your Dreams…

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