Living with Integrity: The Key to Inner Peace

Do you ever beat yourself up because you feel like you wasted the day? 

Or perhaps you feel like you’re working hard, but neglecting what’s most important!

If you feel this way, it’s because you have an Integrity Gap ©

The word integrity derives from the Latin word integer, meaning whole or complete. 

When used to describe a person, it refers to the concept of living by one’s values or principles. 

In it’s simplest form, integrity comes from keeping your word to yourself. 

When your thoughts and beliefs about yourself don’t match your actions or behaviors, you have an Integrity Gap © and will feel stress, anxiety, and shame. 

Here are some examples: 

If you consider yourself a hard worker, but constantly procrastinate on what’s most important at work, you have an Integrity Gap ©

If you consider yourself a healthy person, but haven’t been exercising regularly you have an Integrity Gap ©

If you consider yourself kind and loving, but are short-tempered or irritable with your spouse or kids you have an Integrity Gap ©

The Integrity Gap © is a major source of anxiety, stress, guilt, and frustration for sales reps. 

Worst of all, if an Integrity Gap © exists at work you will likely take it home and be less present with your family. 

Living with Integrity hardly ever gets discussed, but is crucial to performing at your full potential and living a happy, fulfilling life. . 

This is where true inner peace comes from – knowing we’ve done all we can to become the best we are capable of becoming. 

Integrity is so critical to success in sales and in life that Jeff Bajorek and I decided to make this video and dive deep into what the Integrity Gap © is and why it’s important to bridge it by living your values. 

If an Integrity Gap © exists in your life and you want to change how you feel about yourself, please take the time to watch this week’s training video on Living with Integrity.


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