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Conscientious 'Benefits' through Hard Work and Achievement

 

See Values of the Conscientious Type.

 

  • Financial and professional security are good.

    But financial and professional security are not in our power. They are not good.

  • Approval and respect are good.

    But approval and respect are not in our power. They are not good.

  • Career advancement is good.

    But career advancement is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Success is good.

    But success is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Socail status is good.

    But social status is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Prestige is good.

    But prestige is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Power is good.

    But power is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Authority is good.

    But authority is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Identity is good.

    But identity is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Superiority is good.

    But superiority is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Fair treatment by others is good.

    But fair treatment by others is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Applause is good.

    But applause is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Reputation is good.

    But reputation is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Good fortune is good.

    But good fortune is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Fair treatment by life is good.

    But fair treatment by life is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Acceptance is good.

    But acceptance is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Responsibility is good.

    But responsibility not in our power. It is not good.

  • Challenge is good.

    But challenge is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Business (keeping busy) is good.

    But business is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Competition is good.

    But competition is not in our power. It is not good.

  • Mastery is good.

    But mastery is not in our power. It is not good.

  • A just reward for rectitude is good.

    But a just reward for rectitude is not in our power. It is not good.





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