Vernacular of Self-Interest

Have you ever said: "It’s only a white lie," "I’m too busy to worry about it," or "no harm no foul?" If so, take a look at this "Vernacular of Self-Interest." These common phrases display how self-interest masquerades as duty in our culture and is a popular topic at our keynotes and workshops.

"No harm, no foul."

"Charity starts at home."

"The Lord helps those who help themselves."

"It is a dog eat dog world."

"Get it while you can."

"To the victor goes the spoils."

"It's always been done this way."

"The only person you can rely on is yourself."

"Fake it till you make it."

"Fight for your right."

"Live to fight another day."

"Nice guys finish last."

"Just following orders."

"I deserve it."

"What difference will it make"

"No one will notice"

"I’m too busy to worry about it"

Integrity Intensive speeches and workshops explore these clichés and how they lead to the breach of the duties of integrity.

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