One of the noteworthy ideas I gleaned from the Property Brothers Montana Show was the Cowboy Code. Not only did it make sense on the ranches and wild west shanty towns, it still holds weight today. Confucius, Lao Tsu, Buddha, Jesus, Ghandi, Lincoln, plug in the name, could have written them.
- Live each day with courage.
- Take pride in your work.
- Always finish what you start.
- Do what has to be done.
- Be tough, but fair.
- When you make a promise, keep it.
- Ride for the brand.
- Talk less and say more.
- Remember that some things aren’t for sale.
- Know where to draw the line.
Ok. Well #7 I am not sure how to interpret but everything else sounds like great tenets.
Here is where I need help: Numbers 3, 4 and 8. I am working on 10 and the rest are no brainers for me.
Which of these speaks to you as a no-brainer and you live it?
Which rule do you need to work on?
Which code of conduct is making you feel queasy, and could use some practice in?