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Chapter 09 – Exercise 28: Ethical Foresight

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Based on what you learned from this exercise share a few steps you plan to take to improve the alignment between your words with your deeds…

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2 thoughts on “Chapter 09 – Exercise 28: Ethical Foresight

  1. One way to have a higher chance of being ethical and known for ones integrity that has worked for me over the years is to not bite off more than I can chew. I know my capabilities and I always make sure that if I say I will do something that I have confidence in myself that I will be able to accomplish my goal. I do not make random promises that I don’t intend on keeping, instead I always try to think ahead of the ripples of anything I make a promise to do, of who and how the outcome may effect myself and others.

    1. A wise soul you are! Knowing our boundaries plays a key role in balancing words and deeds. Out of curiosity – how do you know when to stretch yourself (your boundaries) and when to maintain existing boundaries. In other words, when do you sense it’s time to take a risk?

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