Would you hire yourself? You want to be seen as an expert in your chosen field. You want clients to pay you big money to make their lives better in some profound way.
This takes a level of confidence in your skills and abilities … but it also takes something else. Without this piece of the puzzle, you might as well call it a day and not waste your time.
So what is it?
Integrity, by definition is “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.” But there is another layer to integrity when it comes to building a business that you can believe in, and share with the world whole-heartedly. If you don’t BELIEVE yourself, neither will anyone else.
My passion is teaching women to become their #1 asset in life, business and the bedroom so that they can live a life of play, manifesting success and resonate with their ideal clients naturally.
A HUGE piece of becoming your #1 asset is taking a look at where in your life and business you’re not keeping promises to yourself … YOU know when you’re out of integrity.
To me, integrity is:
- doing what you say you’re going to do
- what you do when nobody is around to give you kudos
- living what you’re preaching … especially if you’re teaching OTHERS how to live, eat, be, etc.
- speaking your truth as often as possible
- sharing the good, the bad and the not so pretty (i.e. REAL moments) with your tribe
- never, ever copying someone else’s words or work … NO NEED!!! YOU are brilliant
AND … PLEASE don’t mis-read this as a call to perfection. This is a call to breaking the idealized version of yourself. Because that crap simply doesn’t sell. We want to see you being YOU … warts and all. That’s integrity. If you say you’re going to run a marathon, share your training experiences, the ups and the downs. And if you end up quitting … share that too. We need to know that you’re human just like us.
I know … integrity takes work. But it feels so GOOOOD. And that’s what it’s all about y’all!
What about you? What does integrity mean to YOU?
Leave a comment below and share your experience with walking your talk or NOT … that’s cool too :))