Reputation is a powerful asset that can open doors and create opportunities. But it can also be a double-edged sword that sets high standards and expectations. How can one build a strong and positive reputation without falling into the trap of overpromising and under delivering? How can one handle criticism and feedback without losing confidence and credibility? How can one maintain and protect one’s reputation in a competitive and dynamic environment?
These are some of the questions that this article will explore, drawing on insights from psychology, business, and communication. The article will offer practical tips and strategies on how reputation influences perception and expectations, and how to manage them effectively.