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Ethical Lens Inventory Reflection Colleen VanWagner US/101 6/15/2013 Sheila K. Smith The Ethical Lens Inventory results were very clear and right to the point. It showed my core and classical values. My personal key phrase. Along with what my blind spot, the risk, the temptation, my vice, crisis and the need to see clearly. It showed me the results on what my definition of ethical behavior is, tools for analyzing problems, and the gift of self-knowledge and free will. The core and classical values showed me that I try to treat everyone fairly, although every situation is unique, the solution is being consistent and flexible. As I try to be consistent and flexible, I value individual balance, restraint for the pleasures when I seek to satisfy my duties. While my key phrase is,” I make responsible choices that are good for everyone,” I see that I do tend to make choices in my personal life, where it would benefit everyone and not just myself. Although I try to do the right thing for everyone, which is my ethical behavior, I choose to make responsible choices that benefit many individuals, along with myself, at the same time. Making responsible choices allows me to think through a problem, and to research options. To find one that will allow me to fulfill my duties at any given time. I use my past experiences to reason with my intuition, my imagination to incorporate new information to solve problems at hand. My gift of self-knowledge and free will makes me self-reliant and accountable for each individual that I come in contact with, thus I except the same of others. Sometimes even though I try to be responsible and make good choices, I also have…...

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