WernerErhard  Integrity is often thought of as moral uprightness and steadfastness—making the “good” choices, doing the “right thing.” In fact, it is far more than that. It is a home, an anchor, a created and continuing commitment—a way of being and acting that shapes who you are. Integrity is not constrained by, nor does it reside in, rules, prescriptions, or imposed demands. It resides in the ability to constitute yourself as your word, to being true to your principles,
and ultimately, being true to yourself.

— from Landmark International Division description of the Webinar: Integrity – The Bottom Line.


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