We believe that Character is the inward motivation to do what
is right, whatever the cost, whether to your advantage or not. Character
is treating others the way you would want to be treated; this is the
beginning to success. “A man’s character is his fate.” - Heraclitus.
Another wise man once said “The measure of a man’s real character is
what he would do if he would never be found out". This is our system of
“Sow a thought,
you reap an
Sow an act,
you reap a habit;
Sow a habit,
you reap a
Sow a character,
you reap a destiny” – Samuel Smiles
- Alert to the needs of others, our customers and community, and
trends in the industry. “Watch thou and wake when others be asleep.” –
- Being Attentive to the
voice of others, our
customers, and community. “A good listener is not only popular
everywhere, but after a while he knows something.” – Wilson Mizner.
- Being Available by
dedicating our time and priorities to the success
of our customers, our community, and our team. “Making my own schedule
and priorities secondary to the wishes of those I serve.”
- Being Benevolent
by giving more than receiving. “Let others’ deeds of kindness frankly
be revealed: but your own good to others, always be concealed.” – Cato.
with Boldness in regards to what is right. Speaking with
- Approaching all we do with Cautiousnessand
proactive planning. “Look before you leap.”
- Diligently and with Compassion
seek the good and potential of others. “The friend in my adversity I
shall always cherish most. I can better truth those who helped to
relieve the gloom of my dark hours than those who are so ready to enjoy
with me the sunshine of my prosperity.” – Ulysses S. Grant.
- Utilize Creativity
during the discovery of a need, task, or an idea from
a new and innovative perspective. “The significant problems we face
today cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we
created them.” – Albert Einstein.
Act with Decisiveness by recognizing key factors and
finalizing difficult decisions. “Decide not rashly. The decision made
can never be recalled.” – Longfellow.
- Respect others. “Every
action in company ought to be with some
sign of respect to those present.” – George Washington.
Being Dependable by keeping our word. “It is easier to do a job
right than to explain why you didn’t.” – Martin van Buren.
Act with Determination by facing fierce winds and storms with an
undaunted perspective. “Genius is 2% inspiration, 98% perspiration.” –
Being Diligent by investing time and energy to complete not just
plan. “Small deeds done are better than great deeds plans.” – General
George C. Marshall.
Using Discernment to avoid mistakes, ask the right questions, and
understand root causes. “We sometimes see a fool possessed of wit, but
never of judgments.” – La Rochefoucauld.
Having Endurance by recognizing persistence is the price of
Become a energy-giver by always imploring Enthusiasm in every
task. "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” – Ralph
Have a little Faith, expecting great things. “It is better to be
faithful than famous.” – Theodore Roosevelt.
Being Flexible by recognizing the potential in change. “If you
want to grow, you must be willing to stretch.”
“A wise man will make haste to Forgive, because he knows the true
value of time, and will not suffer it to pass away in unnecessary
pain.” – Samuel Johnson
Administering Gentleness by always showing consideration and
concern for others.
Showing Gratefulness by letting others know we value them.
Applying Humility by recognizing the efforts of other in the
delivery of our successes.
Acting with Initiative by addressing and acknowledging what needs
to be done before being asked.
Maintaining Joyfulness, by always looking for the good in all
Administering Meekness by being slow to anger and humbly patient.
Having Patience by changing the things that can be changed and
accepting the things that can’t.
Being respectful to others with our Punctuality.
Accepting Responsibility by completing promises, all to the best
of our ability, and making things right when they go wrong.
Showing Sensitivity by putting ourselves in the shoes of others
and perceiving the true attitudes and emotions of those around me.
Administering Tolerance by listening before forming an opinion.
Act with Virtue by treating others the way we would want them to
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