Honesty Is The Best Policy The main message of his presentation was to teach the class the importance of Honesty. He pointed out that there are several different aspects of honesty. The common misconception is that honesty only involves not telling a lie. This is not the case as Brett pointed out, honesty involves telling your friends the truth even if it means hurting their feeling, having academic integrity, and acting in good faith.
The first key point of his presentation was general honesty. An example he used to illustrate this was if a friend asks you how he looks in a sweater. A lot of times a friend will tell their friend they look good no matter what they really look like because they don?t want to hurt their feelings. A true friend will give an honest opinion if their friend looks horrible they will tell them that, and if a friend looks great they will tell them that as well.
As Brett pointed out, if you can?t rely on a friend to tell you the truth whom can you rely on.
The second key point of his presentation was academic honesty. It is important to do your own work, and not use others work to pass off as your own. Brett pointed out that when one cheats they are cheating the professor, their classmates, and themselves, and in the long run it always shows. He used an example of how when he was in high school a bunch of his friends got caught cheating in an AP Stats class. Because of their cheating instead of ending up attending a Harvard, Yale, or Cornell, they were declined from those schools and ended up attending schools such as Michigan, and Wisconsin.
The third key point of his presentation was...