Your Code of Conduct is the collection of standards that you hold yourself to each day no matter what happens.
It's one thing to define your ultimate vision, ultimate purpose, and identity, but it's another thing to make sure that you are consistently living these things every day. The idea of a Code of Conduct dates all the way back to Benjamin Franklin, who used to keep a list of all the virtues he was committed to embodying each day. Then, each day, he would check off on a chart which virtues he lived that day and which he did not. This way, over time, he was showing up each day how he truly was committed to being.
To create your Code of Conduct, simply answer the following question:
What emotions, emotional states, or virtues are you committed to practicing and living each day?