When we talk about integrity, we often say: “who are you when no one else is around?”, but integrity in itself implies some kind of moral principle and uprightness.
Who we are when no one else is around is a true reflection on our character, and living honestly is only half the picture of integrity.
If we’re truly honest with ourselves, who we are when no one else is around, is not good. Who we are is selfish, lazy, and just downright unmotivated at times. So then how do we live lives on integrity?
Maybe it’s not about just being honest, but being honest enough to admit that you need help.
And the help comes to shape you.