Integrity - We need to be able to trust in one another that...

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Zak Murdock Integrity Integrity is defined as adherence to moral and ethical principles or soundness of moral character. Throughout life in general I feel that it is important to have integrity. It is important to have integrity when dealing with family, friends, academics, and athletics. In speaking about having integrity I am talking about being honest. It is very important to be honest in all aspects of one’s life. Having integrity is not the easiest thing to do. It is very easy to lower one’s moral standards and cheat on a test, cheat reps in the weight room, or lie to a friend or family member. This would most definitely show a lack of integrity as well as a lack of character. One’s character is what defines them therefore they must have integrity in order to have a strong character. Our team needs to be a team full of players who possess integrity.
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Unformatted text preview: We need to be able to trust in one another that each and every one of us will be honest and hold ourselves to high moral standards. Not only do we need to have integrity in the weight room with making sure we do every single rep, but we also have to make sure we have integrity in all aspects of our lives. In order to make sure we have integrity we have to first and foremost start being honest with ourselves, setting high moral standards, and never failing them. After we can be honest with ourselves and never shy away from our high standards there should be no reason why we could not have integrity in all aspects of our lives. As a result our characters would all be strong and to quote John Wooden, “Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there,” and that is exactly where we could go, to the top....
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