One of the ways to make that happen is to be a person of integrity. What does that mean exactly? Syndicated columnist Harvey Mackay is here to share the details.
"When Janet looked at her pay stub, she was pleasantly surprised to learn that her company had deposited more than her normal wages into her bank account. However, on the next payday, her paycheck was significantly less than what it should have been, and she went to her boss to complain.
"I'm curious," her boss said, "Why didn't you say anything when we overpaid you the other week?"
Janet responded: "I was willing to overlook one mistake, but two is pushing it."
Integrity: Either you have it or you don't. It's not something that you can have one day and not the next. It should be a constant in your life, like brushing your teeth."