Our Moral Compass Podcast (Episode 376): A Few Good People

Welcome to the Our Moral Compass Podcast. Each daily reading focuses on a different quote on how we can best apply it to our own moral compass and one of the five areas in Social Emotional Learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills and Responsible Decision Making. Thank you for listening and we hope you consider subscribing to the podcast for future episodes.

A Few Good People

“It is infinitely better to have a few good men then many indifferent ones.”

-George Washington

As we all know, the importance of establishing and sustaining quality relationships is key to a successful and happy life. President George Washington reminds us in today’s quote that it is inherently better that we surround ourselves with those that are of good character who demonstrate strong moral values than those that are without. Although I know he only mentions men I hope that if he had lived during our time this would include all kinds of people despite gender, race or creed.

We must remember to surround ourselves with the type of people that build us up, not tear us down. Ones that inspire, not discourage. The late Jim Rohm once said that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. Let’s make sure if that is true that we choose wisely in who we decide are in fact those people are.

What does this quote mean to you and how can you apply today’s message towards developing your relationship skills?

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Music from https://filmmusic.io

“Relaxing Piano Music” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

A special thank you to Feedspot for recognizing the Our Moral Compass podcast as one of the Top 10 Social Emotional Learning Podcasts  on the internet. It is an honor to be amongst the other podcasts on this list as we all strive to make this world a better place.

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