Practise integrity and you will have great relationships, make decisions much more easily and sleep well at night! Living your values day-to-day is what integrity is all about. It’s so easy to break promises, tell white lies and hide behind technology. You could even say integrity is a fast-route to happiness.
Trust is the foundation for everything we do. But what do we do when it’s broken? In an eye-opening talk, Harvard Business School professor Frances Frei gives a crash course in trust: how to build it, maintain it and rebuild it — something she worked on during a recent stint at Uber. “If we can learn to trust one another more, we can have unprecedented human progress,” Frei says.
A worksheet to help you to improve your own integrity skills – 9 questions with spaces for your answers.
Not sure which values matter most to you? This extended exercise will help you to identify them.
Being honest is being open, trustworthy and truthful…
Integrity is standing up for what you believe is right, living by your highest values…
Humility, integrity, and hypocrisy are words people use a lot without really understanding what they mean. In this brief talk, Joe Sabini provides a simple way to understand each concept and explains how they relate to each other.
In this episode, we’ll find out what’s most important to you, so you can live in alignment with the things you value the most. This is called ‘having integrity’ and it’s essential to being a happy person. When you’re in alignment with your core values, you’ll build healthy self-esteem, and you’ll feel like a ‘good person’ (whatever that means for you)!
In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, “We are losing our listening.” In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening — to other people and the world around you.
In Caroline’s unique style, she talks about 3 key choices people can make to change their life. Caroline Myss is a five-time New York Times bestselling author and internationally renowned speaker in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition.
Building integrity — keeping promises: Erick Rainey
Look at the letters around you: on street signs, stores, restaurant menus, the covers of books. Whether you realize it or not, the letters are speaking to you, telling you something beyond the literal text — that whatever they represent is modern or finely crafted or fantastical or zany. Learn to decode this secret language with lettering designer Martina Flor as she explains how altering the shapes, colors and textures of letters changes how we perceive them.
Celeste Headlee sees finding a career which will truly inspire you is much like dating – it takes time and lots of experiments. And the ideal job is no more realistic than the dream man or woman. Celeste hosts “On Second Thought” on NPR from Atlanta and is a professional opera singer.
“We have seen advances in every aspect of our lives — except our humanity,” says Luma Mufleh, a Jordanian immigrant and Muslim of Syrian descent who founded the first accredited school for refugees in the United States. Mufleh shares stories of hope and resilience, explaining how she’s helping young people from war-torn countries navigate the difficult process of building new homes. Get inspired to make a personal difference in the lives of refugees with this powerful talk.
Can you read someone’s mind by looking at them? Almost. Lynne Franklin teaches you how to connect with 3 types of people by understanding how their bodies communicate. After a boy threatened to kill her with a machete, Lynne Franklin decided to learn everything she could about persuasion. She became a neuroscience nerd, studying how the brain works and how to build rapport with people.
Tony Robbins discusses the “invisible forces” that motivate everyone’s actions.
From the EG conference: Productivity guru Tim Ferriss’ fun, encouraging anecdotes show how one simple question — “What’s the worst that could happen?” — is all you need to learn to do anything.
The hard choices — what we most fear doing, asking, saying — are very often exactly what we need to do. How can we overcome self-paralysis and take action? Tim Ferriss encourages us to fully envision and write down our fears in detail, in a simple but powerful exercise he calls “fear-setting.” Learn more about how this practice can help you thrive in high-stress environments and separate what you can control from what you cannot.
When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have great conversations – and most of us don’t converse very well. A great conversation requires a balance between talking and listening. This balance is important because bad communication leads to bad relationships, at home, at work, everywhere.