Behaving in a Moral Way Takes Will Power!

This One Really Caught My Attention!
"Behaving in a moral way takes will power," says Alex Lickerman, M.D., author of The Undefeated Mind: On the Science of Constructing in Indestructible Self. "Unfortunately, will power is a weak mental force that declines as the day goes on or as you use it."

How many times do you hear someone talk about "people are naturally good?" Well, this particular scientific study on moral behaviors has a different vantage point. 

Not only does it take will power to "behave well" but that will power deteriorates and moral behavior declines as the day goes on. The article below talks about the leadership-business implications of this.

Take about 3-5 minutes and read:

Why You're More Likely to Lie, Cheat and Steal in the Afternoon.

And here is an author that takes things one step further and gives you guidance on how you can lie, cheat and steal your way to the top! Talk about saying darkness is light and wrong is right!

By the way... I am NOT recommending you get this resource. I am simply pointing out here is how some leaders think about morality. 

Brian K. Rice
Leadership ConneXtions International

BrianRice@lcileaders.org