The Death of Integrity

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Integrity: A characteristic of success that individuals fail to develop and leaders struggle to cultivate. As problems in the process and systems are magnified, the issues that lay rooted in characters remain intact. Valuable time, effort, and resources continue to be lavished on futile causes while ethics are insulted by incompetency. Common sense cannot be injected into immune personalities. As leaders continue to treat egotism, laziness, and immaturity, integrity dies a slow death . . .

Inspiration: Work Ethic