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Integrity Financial Groups:
Core Values

Our Corporate Values To Which We Strive To Live By

Integrity Financial Groups was initially formed and founded in 2011 upon the basic principle of having and upholding Integrity within the financial industry. We have kept this basic fundamental principle in all of our business dealings, resulting in the successful partnerships we have developed internationally.

Today, this simple principle has compounded into the corporate counterculture that we live by and have developed over the years of our experience. As these principles and values grow, so do our relationships and successes, which carry over into each of our personal lives. We continue to add to and build upon these values daily, which sets us apart from most major corporations. 

Benjamin Franklin’s 13 Laws of Virtue

1. Temperance
Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.

2. Silence
Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifling conversation.

3. Order 
Let all your things have their places; let each part of your business have its time.

4. Resolution
Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.

5. Frugality
Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself; i.e., waste nothing.

6. Industry
Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off all unnecessary actions.

7. Sincerity
Use no hurtful deceit; think innocently and justly, and, if you speak, speak accordingly.

8. Justice
Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that are your duty.

9. Moderation
Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you think they deserve.

10. Cleanliness
Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, clothes, or habitation.

11. Tranquility
Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or unavoidable.

12. Chastity
Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another’s peace or reputation.

13. Humility
Imitate Jesus and Socrates.

Our Foundational Principles And Core Values

Taken From The Buddha And The Badass By Vishen Lakhiani

Knowing Your Foundational Values Brings Clear Direction And Meaning.
These values are like a constitution, amended only rarely and for critically important reasons. Once we’re aware of our foundational values, we can connect with what we truly desire and need. This makes it easier to know what impact we want to have on the world, as well as the actions and roles that will resonate with us. This involves careful reflection on your life to identify important experiences. Such events deeply inform your values because you never want to forget them – or hope never to go through them again. And this influences your future behavior. Once you’re conscious of your foundational values, you can use them to inform your decisions, the goals you set, and the projects you take on.

To Attract The Right People, Communicate Your Deeper Purpose And Your Plan Clearly.
Once you’re pursuing work and goals that match your foundational values, you need to surround yourself with people who can help you accomplish them. But you can’t partner up with just anyone. The people you work with must be like-minded and aligned with your values. The good news is that you can ensure such people are drawn to you.

When You Encourage Social Bonds, You Increase Happiness, Engagement, And Performance Levels.
When collaborating on work or personal projects, what influences success? You’re likely thinking of strengths, communication, responsibilities, and timelines. And you’re not wrong; these are definitely important when working with people. But there’s another component that’s absolutely essential – social connection.

Choose A Mission That Will Leave The World A Better Place.
Today, the world is connected in more ways than ever. This has many benefits, but it also creates significant responsibilities. Our actions and choices have far-reaching consequences, a fact that is especially true in business. Some companies focus only on profit, ignoring the harm that they or their products are causing. These are Humanity Minus companies. Needless to say, this isn’t in alignment with either the Buddha or the badass mentality. Merging the strengths of both the Buddha and the badass means being Humanity Plus – having a mission that adds value to the world.

Don’t Be Afraid Of Bold Visions; They Help You Accomplish Great Things.
Have you ever heard of the flea-in-the-jar experiment? Scientists placed fleas in an open jar, and, as you’d expect, they all jumped out. Then they were placed in a sealed jar for a few days, and something interesting happened. When the lid was removed, the fleas didn’t jump out. Even though there was nothing stopping them, they’d been conditioned to jump only as high as the jar’s opening.

For An Optimal Work Environment, Allow People To Communicate Freely And Act Quickly.
Picture this: you’re brainstorming with a colleague and the two of you are on fire. You’re completely in sync, building on each other’s ideas with lightning speed. It’s fun and exciting, and you both feel that you’re on to something amazing. There’s a term for this. It’s called brain coupling, and neuroscientists have found that when people experience it, their brains are literally on the same frequency. This means they operate like one unified superbrain.

For Immunity To Setbacks And Pressure, Know That You’re Enough And Design A Life That’s Uniquely Yours.
You’ve probably met people who aren’t bothered by other people’s opinions of them. They march to the beat of their own drum, and easily brush off setbacks, be it a failed date or a bit of negative feedback. Such people have achieved something powerful; they’ve overcome the need to feel significant in the eyes of others. This takes some work because humans naturally crave approval. But when people are totally comfortable with who they are, their confidence is impossible to shake and they gain full control of their lives. This is a badass quality, and, luckily, it’s an attitude that you, too, can develop.

Aim For Constant, Deliberate Growth In All Areas Of Your Life.
Do you remember when you started chasing success? Maybe your parents encouraged you to, or you noticed that successful people are celebrated and praised. However you came to the idea, you’re not alone in thinking that life is all about how much you achieve. But this isn’t the point of life at all. You shouldn’t be focused on pursuing success. Rather, your ultimate goal should be growth.

Your Identity Informs Your Experience. See Yourself Differently And Your Life Will Change.
What does your ideal self look like? Maybe this perfect you is incredibly fit. Or in a fantastic relationship. Or rich enough to never worry about money. Now, what if someone told you that you can become that person? All you have to do is decide that that’s who you are.