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The Power of Reputation: Strengthen the Asset That Will Make or Break Your Career

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  • Posted July 12, 2012

    This product teaches one important lesson, circumstances may var

    This product teaches one important lesson, circumstances may vary, even change drastically but reputation, whether good or bad remains unchanged.

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  • Posted June 11, 2012

    A Must Read For Graduates

    I bought the Nook book and it is great. I just finished my undergraduate degree and started grad school and this is the best book to help me appreciate the importance of how others see me. I never actually thought about my reputation before but the stories bring alive how important my reputation is to my career as a teacher. The message that the book drives home is authenticity. If you fake it, you won't be successful. If you shade the truth, you won't be successful. You need to be genuine.

    The book talks a lot about the importance of values, caring and being straightforward. Simple as those may seem, they are often overlooked. I like the simple concept of character, communication and trust.

    I realize more than ever that, when I send out my resume as I look for a full-time teaching job, both my skills and my reputation are critical to the first step. There aren't a lot of jobs out there and the competition is tough. Reputation can make the difference in getting that job.

    Great book. A must read.

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