By inspiring your imagination, cultivating the artist within, honing your intellect, and developing your professionalism, TSLCA prepares you for success in any career you choose!

The Fairness Principle: When contemplating a moral action, imagine that you do not know if you will be the moral doer or receiver, and when in doubt err on the side of the other person.

- Michael Shermer
One of the greatest gifts we can give another is kindness. If someone is in need, lend a helping hand. Don't do it only for the people you like and respect--that's easy--but also for the ones who drive you crazy and those you don't even know. True kindness lies in the act of giving without the expectation of getting something in return.

- Lolly Daskal
Everyone wants to be respected and valued for who they are—a unique, one-of-a-kind, never-to-be-cloned (at least for now) individual.

- Sean Covey
Do Random Acts of Service. Identify one easy task that needs to be done today, like putting in a batch of laundry, or reading a book for an English assignment. Decide when you will do it. Now, keep your word and get it done.

- Sean Covey
Acting with integrity means understanding, accepting, and choosing to live in accordance with one’s principles, which will include honesty, fairness, and decency. A person of integrity will consistently demonstrate good character by being free of corruption and hypocrisy.

- McCombs School of Business
BE HONEST. Honesty comes in many forms. First there’s self-honesty. Then there’s honesty in our actions. Are you honest at school, with your parents, and with your boss? If you’ve been dishonest in the past, and I think we all have, try being honest, and notice how whole it makes you feel.

- Sean Covey

“These are all inarguable and self-evident.”

— Stephen Covey, Author
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People