Personal Ethics – Three tips for 2010 Looking back at the past 12 months, we have had some good examples of misdeeds by political figures, government office holders, financial industry heavy weights, sports and entertainment figures and the general population. As the year ends I am offering a few quick and easy tips for anyone…
Being mindful, according to Buddhist tradition, is to consider all implications of every decision you make. There’s a lesson for all!
Here’s a new 2009 study done on Ethics in the recession. Still much work to be done.
With the horror in Haiti, we, as fellow humans, have a moral obligation to help. This is a crisis for humanity, of which we are an integral part.Please help in any way you can.
So now we have Mark McGwire who has admitted to having used steroids in his baseball career. He said that a key reason for the admission was he was tired of lying to his wife and children. Too bad he didn’t think about them before he started to use! Now what?
A corporate purpose of benefiting customers engenders the highest levels of moral leadership. How high is your level?
Remember that your self worth is not your net worth! Something to ponder in these tough times.
Today, we have another example of a “moral lapse” with one of President Obama’s Cabinet members. How does one acquire a sense of moral awareness before one acts?
Laws can only give us information,and even helpful information, but they cannot give us transformation,only morals and ethics can give us lasting transformation.
“An egotist is a self-made man who worships his creator.”
John Bright, British Statesman(1811-1889)