The personal code of ethics will mold me to be a better person to the community and the society that I belong into. Life would be dull unless you put meaning to it, by the personal code of ethics I will embrace the essential meaning of my existence and makes me able to partake to the obligations I want to return to the community and the society in general in which I owe something and as one of the many reasons that made me whole.
I believe that people need good ethics to promote a healthy and positive environment for ourselves and others. I always assumed my personal ethical viewpoint is that everything should be equal and fair. After reviewing my Ethical Lens Inventory, it proved me right. I found that my preferred ethical lens is the Relationship Lens. I use my rationality to determine how I can ensure equality to all others.
And when I succeed in my plans it makes me feel happy to know that I did the best I could and tried my hardest. I consider myself a leader, because when you are in this position you have to be trustworthy, responsible and honest, qualities that people know I posses. Leaders make good decisions and have strong personalities; and they always fight for what they believe. Perseverance is my best outstanding quality. I always want to achieve my goals no matter how difficult, how many obstacles I have in front or how rough the way is, I know that I won't lose anything trying and the one who tries with confidence, determination and all its heart will achieve everything.
I will be able to surround myself with positive people who give me the confidence and optimism to keep moving forward in my life. I will be able to weed out the people that put out negative vibes. I also know that owning my own business is a very risky proposition. At the same time I know that with risk comes reward. A lot of people thrive on the routine of their job, performing the same tasks day after day.
The core values are much more than the standard for work, they are a standard for life. We volunteered to serve our country and should remember that our individual actions define not just us but also the Air Force. These are the standards that not only our superiors expect of us, but more importantly our team members. The bond we create through training and war is a bond built upon these values. The three Air Force Core Values reminds myself of the way I was raised and the morals my family instilled in my mind.
As my integrity grows, the trust in others will grow as well. I also build my personal courage by standing up on a day to day basis , and acting upon the things that I think are honorable. Finally Honor; I live up to all Army Values. It’s a matter of carrying out, acting, and living the values of respect, duty, loyalty, selfless service, integrity and personal courage in everything I
To me, it is one of the most rewarding and satisfying things because I am able to make a difference in my community. It has taught me the value needed in order to be success, including teaching me how to be patient and thankful. They taught me to set a goal and accomplish it, take on responsibility and the most importantly appreciate things that I have right now. It disenchant me that I am lucky enough to have what I have right now since there are many people out there who cannot enjoy the facility I got. Previously, to be honest, I always want more and more, better facilities and life, however after doing community services my eye was opened and my heart began to change and flutter.
Live your life so that joy, peace, and the truly important things that your life has to offer are always there for you. Secondly, an effective leader learns everything they can at every given moment. Education is motivation and knowledge is acquired is fuel for their business success. The more you learn, the more that you can teach, and the more that you can teach, the faster you become a mentor. Thirdly, an effective leader has love in his/her life.
I think this is the most important character you can have because it will push you through life and help you become a more reliable and better person. This belief has come from a lot of adult figures in my life but mostly my dad. My dad is always telling me that even if the situation is as bad as it can get you should still always
If it were not for being the oldest of 4 I might have not learned my leadership skills faster than others. Teamwork with classmates, team mates and myself have seen how well I can work with others and it leaves me yearning to work and help for the benefit of others. Altogether, peers, family, and I have helped build my character and showed me to respect others and show them my dedication, concern, honesty, loyalty and so forth. Becoming a member of the National Honor Society would be an honor and I will dedicate the time and everything I have to offer into the