Reliability means that others can depend on you. It is doing something that you have agreed to do in a predictable way, without forgetting or having to be reminded. You really care about doing what you said you would do. When you are practicing reliability, others can count on you to do your very best to keep your commitments.
I am practicing Reliability
- Agree to do things that help others
- Make promises I can keep
- Treat my agreements seriously
- Plan ahead
- Do my best
- Finish on time
- Find another way if obstacles occur
I am reliable. I keep my promises. Others can count on me. Nothing can stop me from giving my best.
This virtue write-up comes from the work of The Virtue Project. The Virtues Project is a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life. The Project is sparking a global revolution of kindness, justice, and integrity in more than 95 countries through its facilitators and Virtues Connections. For more information visit www.virtuesproject.com.