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27 thoughts on “Having Integrity in Your Work From Home Business”

  1. I see so much unprofessionalism out there and it really makes me wonder what people think sometimes. You are totally spot on!

  2. I’m constantly amazed at how many people talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. Integrity seems to be sorely lacking in many businesses and by many people!

  3. Integrity is key, no matter what you’re doing. Doing what you say you’ll do and being fair in your business dealings are the two best things you can do as a person and as a business owner.

  4. It blows my mind how many people I see doing bad business out there. It’s like they have no idea that it will kill their business in the long run.

  5. I agree that your integrity is important in a work from home business. It pays to work hard and be honest, staying away from any scammy tactics. It seems that people who try to use the are often figured out eventually. It’s just not worth it!

  6. Having integrity is so important for anything you do. Especially when you are running your own business or otherwise working from home.

  7. Such a great post. Integrity is number one for businesses. If you have none, your business will be worth nothing.

  8. I agree about actually behaving in the way that you say you do. A lot of times people will say the “customer is always right” or that they have excellent customer service and they actually aren’t and don’t. Integrity is number 1 in my book to have a successful business.

  9. Integrity is definitely something I hold in high regard, both in and out of the workplace. For me, no dollar amount is worth jeopardizing my beliefs.

  10. I think this is a wonderful perspective to have when running any kind of business. It really does help to have a business model that aligns with your values.

  11. Integrity is important to me but quality is equally as important. I put my time, effort, and heart into my craft and even though it gets stressful and even annoying, I wouldn’t have it any other way. The quality of my work is very important to me.

  12. Every business should have a core value system – a constitution if you will. And they should live it

  13. You nailed it on the head with Integrity! I am all about living my life and running my business with only things that I believe in!

  14. This year more than ever I have come to the conclusion that the personal and the professional are a lot more closely aligned for me. In other words I can only work with people and companies whose integrity and whose mission aligns with mine. LOVED THIS POST.

  15. When you’re running a business, integrity is important and you should always make sure that your employees know the value of integrity as well. This is such an insightful post!

  16. I agree with the entirety of this post! Integrity isn’t really just a value for honesty, it’s what sets you apart from the competition.

  17. It’s hard to continue listebing to people when you doubt their sincerity & integrity. I appreciate honest opinions, even if it not 100% positive.

  18. Integrity is so important when running a professional business. Its karma and success with bred more in a sincere and integrity filled business.

  19. I completely agree, integrity is important when you are in charge. I am pto vice president at my daughters’ school this year, and there was a lot of unresolved issues due to lack of integrity last year.

  20. I believe those 4 qualities are important not only in business but in life! LOL, I have to say I totally agree.

  21. Integrity is one of the things we take for granted. We should build our integrity better to gain the trusts of our clients.

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