I believe one should never stop learning, and that failure should be celebrated as long as we learn from it. Asking the right questions is more important than having all the ‘right’ answers. And oftentimes, there is more than one ‘right’ answer.
I believe in empathy, not sympathy. And that we all have two ears and one mouth for a very good reason.
In relationships – personal and professional – a person’s word is worth more than any contract, and that keeping to commitments is fundamental to trust.
I believe respect is a privilege that is earned; not something that should be expected by default. But when deciding between whether you should respect someone or not, you’re likely better off by choosing to respect.
Work to me is spiritual, and not just a case of doing whatever is the bare necessity. A balance between work and life is essential though, no matter what a workaholic might tell you.