Integrity Moments - May. 10, 2011

 


Truth Tellers
By Rick Boxx
May 10, 2011

While researching the expansion of our daily radio program I was recommended to speak to Jay. He helps develop radio programs and refines them to be more effective. Jay’s known as a “truth teller.”

After listening to my radio spots, Jay bluntly shared his expert opinions with me. He didn’t pull any punches, yet he somehow delivered hard truths with kindness.

Many people, especially those desiring to have you as a customer, will tell you what you want to hear, rather than the truth. I’m grateful for truth tellers like Jay. His recommendations will improve my radio program.

Proverbs 12:22 teaches, “The Lord detests lying lips, but he delights in men who are truthful.”

Telling the truth, with love and kindness, is a quality needed in the marketplace.

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