Personal Code of Conduct

I’ve almost reached the half-way point in the year, and I can honestly say that the first half of the year has been very, very, busy. I’ve managed to keep myself very busy this year with projects at work, not to mention all the other things going on in life. With the hectic schedule that I’ve vowed to maintain, there are core ideals that I must never forget. Those ideals are what make me who I am. I saw a post somewhere on the interwebs that ‘every man should have a personal code of conduct’, which governs how they plan to carry out life. The exercise is to remind you of who you are, why you think you’re here (on Planet Earth), and rules that you vow never to break.

So, since I think I need to remember these things, I think I’ll post them. Here goes…

As Jason T Clark, I vow to:

  1. Never give up. I have the permission to fail, but I can never give up.
  2. Think before I move.
  3. Realize that time is precious. I will never exchange my time for something that’s inexpensive.
  4. Sleep. I’m a knowledge worker. I need sleep to be affective.
  5. Shoot. I cannot spend too much time aiming. If I miss, I will shoot again.
  6. Read. For knowledge, and for enjoyment.
  7. Solve problems that makes life better. Mine, or someone else’s.
  8. Listen.
  9. Speak when I have something valuable to say, or when I have questions to ask.
  10. Commit. To God, Family, and Repos.

There’s more I could add, but I think this is a pretty good list. I’ll review this post every now and again to make sure I don’t forget what’s important.

Jason T Clark

Jason T Clark

Father. Musician. Gamer. Coder.

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