Before studying Danny Silk’s Foundations of Honor program, I thought I had a pretty good grasp on what honor is and what it looks like. After steeping myself into the content and principles taught in Foundations of Honor I realized that I had only understood the tip of the iceberg when it comes to honor.
The Golden rule of conduct – “Do unto others as you would have done unto you.”
In this episode you will learn the 3 principles of honor:
- Honor produces trust. True honor is when you follow through your word even when the other person does not.
- Honor promotes responsibility. Confrontation has a lot of negative affiliation associated with it but it can be considered as a conversation with valuable feedback. During these confrontations, all parties are empowered to take responsibility for their part of the situation. Taking responsibility for your actions, attitudes, and behavior is very empowering and freeing. These conversations give everyone the opportunity to experience that and to improve the situation.
- Honor protects freedom. A culture of honor allows freedom to reign. Sometimes, in their freedom, people may not choose to adjust. They may choose to become defiant, disrespectful and rebellious. Honor protects that person’s freedom to choose that, but will not allow it to continue in the workplace, home, etc. Boundaries are important to establish in these situations. Having a clear understanding of what you will tolerate and what you will not is important when entering confrontations. If the person abuses their freedom, then consequences must be set and followed through.
When everyone understands the true meaning of honor because of these three principles; honor produces trust, honor promotes responsibility, and honor protects freedom everyone wins.[divider style=”11″]
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