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A Personal Code of Ethics

Autor:   •  January 30, 2019  •  Thesis  •  382 Words (2 Pages)  •  75 Views

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My Personal Code of Ethics

  1. To keep agreements, regardless of the immediate consequences. It is a very strong rule. Often to keep agreements is very difficult and sometimes it seems like impossible at all. When two people conclude a treaty each of them wants other side keeps the agreement. It is natural. If we expect that from other we should fellow this expectation as well.  
  2. To be integral. Integrity is the quality or condition of being whole, complete, unbroken, and undivided. It means for me to be intact, sound, uncorrupted, and perfect. It is not just to be a good person, it should become my life style: something very personal, from the depth of my soul.
  3. To be honest. Honesty is the quality or condition of being truthful, sincere, candid, and worthy of honor. It means to be genuine, trustworthy, upright, respectable, and decent. For me it is very important to follow what I feel, think, tell and do. These 4 should be the same. It is not easy when sometimes feel badly, but have to say well. This principle ties with rule “to keep agreement”. People should be sure and convinced I will do what I promise, say, and believe.
  4. To remember who He is, who I am, and who are fellowmen. In my work I very often have to judge and evaluate people. When a person gets not very good grade I try to remember: he/she is a son/daughter of God as well. No one is perfect, but only He. We all here to learn to be better, someone is more successful, someone is less, but we should help each other, but not judge.
  5. To be a good example. We can say a lot of good things, but much better and effective to do what we declare. Our actions tell louder than our voice.
  6. To be A-level person. It means to have as primary motivation “love of God and fellowmen” then “income”. Income is not bad, but first of all we should think about our customers and their needs. We should give them what they want, but not we want (of course according the rules and laws). If we will get loyalty of our customers we will not need to think about our well-being.


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