Are you living with integrity?


I was listening to a podcast recently and the guest speaker said “the things you do when nobody is watching is who you really are – not who you are in front of others”.

I agree with the sentiment that it’s the way we are in private that says more about us than who we are in front of others.

Do the things you do when you’re alone and nobody is watching, match up to who you say you are to others?

Are you living in integrity and being your authentic self?




the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.
“a gentleman of complete integrity”

Having integrity means living in accordance with your values, following through on what you say you’ll do and being honest, even when it’s uncomfortable.

There are plenty of “spiritual narcissists” and “self-help guru’s” who aren’t living in alignment with who they portray to the public, and integrity within leadership roles is important especially when working with vulnerable people.

The Health Coach who eats junk food every day.

The Energy Practitioner who doesn’t keep on top of their own energy hygiene.

The Life Coach who doesn’t do the personal development work themselves.

The {insert profession here} who tells others what to do but is not willing to do it themselves.

Of course, there are times when all of us sabotage ourselves and we don’t live in alignment with our own values.

That’s life, and the nature of the human experience.

But what I’m referring to is someone who is consistently out of integrity, their public face showing one thing, and their private actions showing something very different.

Spend a moment reflecting on this question:

If there was a camera filming you every minute of the day, would the people in your life be proud of you?”

Something to consider.

Catcha on the flip side,










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