why is it important to do the right thing
It is not always easy to do the right thing. At times it can be hard to know what the right thing even is. Bad personal experiences and stressful work environments make long-term thinking and personal morals a challenge to execute consistently. Or even at all. Life comes at you fast. So fast that it s natural to react to life experiences by making the choice that is least painful at the moment. By choosing to relieve temporary uncomfortableness with a decision to get you out of trouble for the moment. But most of the time, the fast decision is the wrong decision. The easy decision is the wrong decision. The decision that fixes right now is the wrong decision. The fact that you feel forced into the decision makes the odds of you making the right decision even harder. You re not thinking straight. Your view of the world is screwed up. It s biased in a big way. PYour mind and body is screaming at you to do whatever it takes to relieve the pressure and pain that is squeezing down on you at the moment. So it s important to remember how important making the right decision really is. The truth is that what your life becomes is a direct result of all the stressed-out, painful short-term decisions you make each and every day. Each decision contributes to the results that you will realize one day. PYou are creating your future. If you make the wrong decisions consistently even small ones you will end up with results that are embarrassing and expose you to be the fraud that you really were all along. If you consistently take the easy way and pursue shortcuts in the hope of getting rich quick, then you ll find yourself in a future where you continue to be poor mentally and financially.
If you blame others for your mistakes and refuse to take correction or learn from bad decisions that you have made in the past, then the results of your life will only be misery and arrogance. You will become the person you decide to be. Which is why doing the right thing is always the right thing to do. Because doing the wrong thing molds you into the type of person that you don t want to be. PAnd it doesn t lead to the results and lifestyle that you want for yourself. For a few short moments, making the wrong decision feels incredibly right. But that s a guilty pleasure you will come to regret in the not-too-distant future. Do the right thing. It s tough at time. PBut a lot easier than living in a world of misery Pand pain you ve created with poor choices and short-sighted decisions. It s easier to just do the right thing. What are thousands receiving each week that you're missing?
It s not true that nice guys finish last. NicePguys are winners before the game even starts. Addison Walker, comic artist, creator of Beetle Bailey and Hi and Lois It s difficult to turn on a television or view the Internet without seeing examples of people doing bad things and reaping rewards from their actions. For instance, Jordan Belfort, the real life Wolf of Wall Street, who conned piles of money from innocent, hardworking people spent little time suffering for his crime. NowPhe s reaping the royalties from the smash movie about him andPgetting more money telling the story of his sordid past. There are endless examples of people doing wrong who not only seem to never suffer for it, but instead are rewarded.
This can be disheartening to the man who is fighting for his family and fighting for his marriage. However, therePis good news and it s that weParen t here for our own personal satisfaction. Men who do the right thing and who own their responsibilities arePlayingPfoundations that will last generations. [ ] Life is about big picture thinking. For what good is it to gain the whole world if we lose our soul? Football coach Lou Holtz, says, I follow 3 rules: Do the right thing, do the best you can, and always show people you care. That s integrity; when we practice it, our lives are well lived. When we benefit from questionable actions and non-ethical practices, we are also leaving behind a trail of pain caused to others. It is the law of nature that something else is going to suffer when another takes what doesn t belong to them. Someone will price to pay for these actions. What happens in the dark will eventually be brought to the light. That s guaranteed. Trust is an earned thing. If we are ever going to truly advance our families forward,Pit s of the utmost importance that our word as men is not garbage. Show me a person who is untrustworthy, and I will show you a lonely person. There are critical moments in life that we absolutely need a friend to grab our hand and lift us up. Will any man grab yours when that time comes? OrPwill they simply say, He s getting what he deserves. Y 2015 All Pro Dad. All Rights Reserved. Family First, All Pro Dad, iMOM, and Family Minute with Mark Merrill are registered trademarks.
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