The true test of character is doing the right thing even when no one sees.
Eight days a week you will encounter temptation to break your personal code of conduct of doing the right thing. One college conducted a sting to test cheating. Of the 600 students who took the test, one third cheated. When a student was interviewed about it, he said, “What’s the big deal? Everybody does it all the time.”
To do what’s right, you merely make one of two choices: be honest or be dishonest. That’s it. It’s not complicated.
And you don’t:
Also, these words do not come out of your mouth or get put into an e-mail:
Nothing baffles people full of trick and duplicity than simple, straightforward integrity.