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Honesty

Honesty

Dishonest people appear deceitful, unreliable, and untrustworthy.  They may be insincere and manipulative, and they likely prioritize personal success over truth and character. Enemies of honesty: Fear:  Fearing the criticism, rejection, or embarrassment...
Honesty

Honesty

Honesty:  Being upright, truthful, and open in communication Being truthful with others + living an authentic life = honesty Honesty requires: Self-appraisal:  Telling yourself the truth.Self-control:  Avoiding conversations that will tempt us to be...
Initiative II

Initiative II

If you lack initiative, you may be unresponsive, passive, and slow to act, and you may appear indifferent and lazy. Enemies of initiative: Fear: Thoughts such as, “I am afraid of doing something without detailed instructions,” or, “What if I mess up?”  If you are...
Initiative I

Initiative I

Initiative: Recognizing and doing what needs to be done without being asked or coerced Being proactive and planning ahead + self-motivated action = initiative Initiative requires: Active needs assessment:  A person with initiative is always scanning their environment...
Kindness II

Kindness II

Unkind people may have reputations for being harsh in spirit and action, intolerant of others, merciless, and thoughtless.  They care little about the effect of their actions on others, and they may be actively cruel toward people and animals. Enemies of...
Kindness I

Kindness I

Kindness:  Demonstrating gentleness and warmth toward others Genuine care and compassion for people + a gentle approach to interacting with others = kindness People known for kindness are compassionate, tender, tolerant, understanding, and gentle.  They are...
Humility II

Humility II

People without humility appear proud, conceited, and self-important.  Their egos make them difficult to approach, and they are pretentious and boastful.  On the other hand, people who are humble tend to know their limits, have better self-control, and are typically...
Humility I

Humility I

Humility: Having an accurate view of yourself Being unassuming and modest + welcoming the help of others = humility People with humility are characterized by modesty and meekness.  The are unassuming and willing to yield appropriately, yet they respectfully stand...
Resourcefulness II

Resourcefulness II

People who lack resourcefulness cannot think outside the box and lack creativity.  They are easily discouraged by unexpected situations, and when resources are scarce, their enthusiasm fades. Enemies of resourcefulness: Immediate Gratification – Patience is necessary...
Resourcefulness I

Resourcefulness I

Resourcefulness: Ingenuity and skill in dealing with new, unexpected situations Using creativity and innovation to solve problems + seeing the opportunities in unexpected situations = resourcefulness Resourceful people are positive and enthusiastic because limitations...