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Choose sound principles

Sound Principles:

  • integrity
  • dignity
  • quality
  • service
  • patience
  • perseverance
  • caring
  • excellence
  • courage

and endeavor to live by them by adopting seven habits

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Popular, trusted manual for self-improvement, although you still may find some prescriptions easier to agree with than to act upon.

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