Don’t Color Over The Lines
Winning is important, but how you go about it is far more important. It’s all about dignity and honor. Transcending day-to-day turmoil. Taking the longer view approach. Seeing the bigger picture.
Yeah I know, it’s hard… but it’s the right thing to do. Make your word mean something.
Cutting corners and trying to get away with something just because no one is looking or because you can isn’t the honorable thing to do.
It’s an often-overlooked skill or strength that is so beautifully demonstrated by the giraffe in my book Surviving Your Serengeti. because doing the right thing always often means being gracious and graceful.
The process of developing grace in one’s life is how we direct our positive energy and focus on shaping the environment to the betterment of others by exhibiting calmness, tranquility, humility, integrity, faith and hope. As a Giraffe you understand that integrity isn’t something you do it’s something you are. Being graceful is not an act; it’s a mindset.
Don’t squander your integrity… don’t color over the lines!