Walking Your Talk





“Words do less than 10 things, but actions do more than 10 thousand things.”
Israelmore Ayivor

Do you walk your talk? Say what you mean and mean what you say? Or does your language take you down roads you are not willing to follow?

While the concept is simple, it seems to be a difficult task for so many. Speaking with integrity means taking time to be aware of what you are saying, and the intention behind what you are saying. It is a choice you make to live by your word, and to live so that your word does not harm others.

We can make the decision to live with integrity. Be aware of what words are coming out of your mouth, and take time to consider the purpose of those words before you speak them. Be aware of saying things that will hurt others, and choose not to say them.

Keep your promises and keep your word. If you are faced with not being able to do this, be up front and honest about it. Remember so often the habit of talking the talk distracts us from walking the walk…,,…Do you walk your talk?

“Success is always the outcome of walking the talk.”
Edmond Mbiaka

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