Negativity is poisonous.

 

No one wants to work with an individual that is overly negative.  Don't complain on social networking sites, on the phone, or in person.  . . about anything.

 

Always appear positive and approachable. Negativity will kill your reputation quickly: avoid it at all costs!

 

Lack of Focus.

 

Overdoing it will dilute your effectiveness, and people won’t know why to call you

 

You can't be everything to everyone. Focus on a few key qualities, so you are known for specific skill sets.

 

Dishonesty will render you untrustworthy.

· Don't make promises you can't keep.

· Don't claim to know more than you do.

· Don't pass other people's work off as your own.

· Don’t embellish.

· Don’t lie! . . .  about anything!

 

Impatience.

 

Building your reputation is a long-term project that requires commitment and dedication.

 

You can't expect to have an incredible, and credible reputation within a couple of months of work.

 

Procrastination. 

 

A strong reputation doesn’t just happen on its own. Building your reputation requires consistent and constant work: so keep your promises;  post useful information on social networking sites, blogs, and newsletters, attend networking events; and

 

MONITOR & INTERACT with those talking about you!

 

 

Make a (positive) IMPACT!

 

 

 

 

 

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