Tag Archives: beliefs

Do You Artificially Shackle Yourself?

As I think a great many people do nearly every day now, I was surfing through some social media posts and I came across this image. Courtesy of @addicted2success, the image shows Superman in handcuffs and accompanied by four soldiers in body armor, etc. It’s an image from the movie “Man of Steel.”  The phrase on it is what caught my attention: How it feels when you’re stuck in your day job and you know your true potential. Continue reading

The Courage of Your Convictions

“I’m a man of my convictions; call me wrong; call me right.” – Toby Keith

Conviction: a fixed or firm belief. (www.dictionary.com)

Integrity: adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.

Ethical: pertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality; pertaining to right and wrong in conduct. Continue reading