I've learned that non-fiction audio books are really hard for me to stay focused on during my commute. There was certainly a lot of good information in this one (enough for a whole sermon series at church), but I missed a lot in my often-distracted state of mind (I focus more on driving that listening... honestly). Still some important things I took away was that integrity is more than just good morals; it stands for 'completeness' (I think of things like structural integrity, but I'm a Trekkie, and they use that term a lot, so take that as you will...). An 'integrated' person has not only the skills and drive to succeed, but the character traits to relate to others and work together, leaving positive results, not bodies, in his wake.