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Debe, Has defined a very important part of our business when she says, "Commitment to integrity is something that is predominantly 'ingrained' in us as children; however, as adults, we must establish a commitment to this practice both in life and in our business".
to you?Â What does it mean for you in
your business? Â Moreover, what doesÂ yourintegrity
meanto your clients?
definition of integrity is really quite simple--firm adherence
to a code of especially moralÂ values.Â Integrity
words such asÂ incorruptibility,
soundness, completeness, and honesty. Â As
real estate professionals, our 'value' is only as good as our integrity.
Commitment to integrity is something that is predominantly 'ingrained'
in us as children; however, as adults, we must establish a commitment
practice both in life and in our business, especially if we have
employees or partners with whom we work. Â Should we NOT share
same commitment to integrity as a team or a firm,Â our own moral
principles are in jeopardy of becoming tainted.
Are you a person of integrity?
Are you incorruptible, sound, complete and honest? Â Do you do the right thing even if it does not mean
'money in your pocket?' Â Do you do the right thing even if it
meansÂ additional steps in an already, lengthy
transaction? Â (i.e.Â disclosure)
high integrity is perhaps the most difficult quality in life to
'achieve' but, once you have achieved it, integrity is THE most
satisfying one. Â Integrity
is primarily a formal relation that one has to oneself--it is connected
to a very deep subconscious decision to utilize constraint when it
comes to acting upon something that is morally conflicting for us.
Â Basically, whether we know it or not, subconsciously we may
'considering' whether we should or shouldn't act morally in a
particular situation. Â If we have strong convictions to 'do
right thing,' our internal conflicts will occur less often and with
less conscious involvement in the decision.
our business, we have
SO many opportunitiesÂ that could lead to the compromise our
integrity. Â Just look at the state of the
economy, predominantly caused by those who chose (subconsciously, then
consciously)Â to compromise their integrity in exchange for a
paycheck. Â As I read the NC REALTOR magazine this evening, I
noticed that the issues that caused agents to permanently lose their
license were those related to poor decisions, which directly related to
willing to give up your
license for a few extra bucks? Â This is our livelihood--we
cherish our businesses and remember just how hard we worked to get to
this point--but, only
after we consider our morals; our integrity and that we've
worked to protect our integrity all of our lives. Â
Â inÂ·tegÂ·riÂ·ty (L.
Adhering to a strict ethical code
The state of being wholesome; unimpaired
The quality or condition of being complete; pure
My motto: Â Integrity
Without Compromise. Â Think about it...
Don Rogers is a licensed REALTOR® in Missouri. I specialize in St. Charles County Missouri and have called O Fallon MO my home since 1993. If you are looking to buy or sell or you are relocating to the area and would like information about the St Charles County MO area do not hesitate to give me a call at 314-954-6775 or if you would prefer to send me an email.
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