Character is not who you aim to be. That's vision. It's not who you think you are in your mind either. That's perception. Character is not even the core values you claim. That's declaration.
Character is what you demonstrate in daily behavior. Yes, it's what you do when people aren't looking. It's also what you do when people are looking.
Character is ethics proven through courageous actions. It is proof of a belief or claim. Don't let your character remain a vision, perception, and declaration. Wake up each day with the commitment to intentionally live your character with courage. Make it your highest priority daily execution.
Answer the call. Do the work.
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