My individual ethic motivation and the reason I am the way I am. First I would like to view what are ethics? Ethics, at the end of the day, are personal to each of us as individuals. Whether we are following the   code of ethics at work or not. I would like to give you my top rules for sustaining individual ethics
I always listen to my mother and my grandmother, because they understand what is best for me in certain situations, even when I cannot seem to understand their reasons. I always try to obey because the Bible commands for all children to obey their parents. I was always taught that if you do not, your life would be cut short.
I continue to try and be true to myself and what I believe in. That is how I stay authentic. I believe that each person is their own individual. Whether people like you or not, I believe you should always be true to yourself. I have notice that there are many who attempts to duplicate who I am, but I am often imitated, but never duplicated. I believe that everyone should be so authentic that no one should ever be exactly like you. It is important and vital for you to be authentic.
I continue to speak the truth. I do not believe that lies travel a long way and you always have to cover that lie with another one. I have always been taught that the truth shall set you free. I believe that honesty goes a long way and people will continue to believe in you and what you say.
I always try to do what is right and not what is expedient. It usually takes longer to get the results that I want, but I believe that the result is more rewarding and genuine. My grandmother has always taught me that good things come to those that wait. I know that this is an English phrase extolling the desirable quality of patience. It has been second-hand as the starting point for several pieces of popular civilization.
I have always learned that if it doesn’t feel right, it’s probably wrong. The gut is a feeling that is associated to the heart and brain — goes...