Best 570 of Reputation quotes - MyQuotes
Bernard Kelvin Clive
A critical ingredient which binds customers to a brand is trust
I was spoiled and I was arrogant. I was very demanding, had an overblown image of who I was and got a reputation for being difficult. And rightfully so.
I will design my reputation and my resolve shall be absolute. I shall not give in when I know I can help.
It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it.
Rarely use Venery but for Health or Offspring; Never to Dulness, Weakness, or the Injury of your own or another's Peace or Reputation.
Emile M. Cioran
No one can do without some semblance of immortality, and even less will they deny themselves the right to seek it out in the form of this or that reputation, starting with the literary... Since death has come to be accepted by all as the absolute end, everyone writes.
We live in a culture that celebrates talent more than integrity, but we've got it backward. Talent depreciates over time. So do intellect and appearance. You will eventually lose your strength and lose your looks. You may even lose your mind. But you don't have to lose your integrity. Integrity is the only thing that doesn't depreciate over time. Nothing takes longer to build than a godly reputation. And nothing is destroyed more quickly by one stroke of sin. That's why it must be celebrated and protected above all else.
...your name will remain forever in the memory of people. However, it will not be a good memory. Your name will become a household name in all languages, and it will only cause bad associations in humans.
Michael Bassey Johnson
Whether people see you as a shadow or as an invisible or stupid sort of thing, a time will come when that Image of yours will never be seen by commoners.
Dont spoil reputation with too speaking.
Pliny The Elder
It is generally much more shameful to lose a good reputation than never to have acquired it.
Samuel Eliot Morison
Too rigid specialization is almost as bad for a historian's mind, and for his ultimate reputation, as too early an indulgence in broad generalization and synthesis.
Your boy here-" Ware jerked his head in angry indication "can't explain himself worth a damn." That;s hardly news to me. Nonethelss," Gareth said, "I can't allow you to kill him. His death would be a terrible inconvenience for me." Ware snorted. "If this is a same of his behavior, his death couldn't be so inconvenient as his life.
Me, I'd prefer to have a good reputation rather than getting press for being scandalous, getting drunk in public, staying out late and so on.
Since most corporate competitors have the same problems with sustainability and social reputation, it's worth trying to solve them together.
They come together like the Coroner's Inquest, to sit upon the murdered reputations of the week.
Despite that sort of reputation that Canada has of being a boring place, we really have produced really interesting politicians.
You did good, you did good again. But then, you did bad, and suddenly you were never any good.
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
I can't destroy the whole army, and anyway [Tikka Khan] bad reputation for the events in Dacca is exaggerated.
O cara trabalha a vida inteira e dá o dinheiro dele para outra pessoa administrar, e essa pessoa ganha uma taxa de administração para tomar conta dele, se ela perder o teu dinheiro, foda-se, a taxa de administração continua ali. Mano, você emprestaria sua esposa para o Kid Bengala comer por um fim de semana e ainda daria 20 mil para ele pelo serviço? Buy side é isso aí, a pessoa comum e mal informada, acha que não percebe de investimentos e acaba botando o seu tão suado dinheiro, na mão de um zé ruela que é socialmente aceite só porque é bem vestido, tem um MBA lá fora e sobrenome estrangeiro.
Even a small amount of unplanned downtime can effect a company’s profitability and reputation.
Aren't you ashamed to be concerned so much about making all the money you can and advancing your reputation and prestige, while for truth and wisdom and the improvement of your souls you have no thought or car?
War is a cauldron that softens bureaucracy and expedites the formation of formidable reputations.
Attend well to your character, and your reputation will look out for itself.
Don't entertain others at the expense of your reputation.
I think for a group that has a reputation for being shy and elusive, we're actually outspoken.
It seemed inequitable at best that one could and did gain a reputation for things that left one both physically and emotionally unsatisfied.
It seems odd that we continue to worry about the reputations of men who are accused of sexual wrong-doings.
London audiences have this reputation for being a bit too cool for school.
Fame is the perfume of heroic deeds.
I have a reputation for being hermitlike. I'm not. I'm just obsessed with my work.
Henry David Thoreau
On the whole, Chaucer impresses us as greater than his reputation, and not a little like Homer and Shakespeare, for he would haveheld up his head in their company.
Many consult their reputation; but few their conscience.
George Bernard Shaw
Getting over an unfavorable impression is ever so much easier than living up to an ideal.
Listen to people from your heart, as if your life depended on it, and you will find that in turn people will listen to you with all of theirs.
Lawyers are very, very good at keeping you out of prison, but they will sacrifice your reputation and credibility to do so.
You earn your reputation by the things you do every day.
I value my reputation. I work hard to avoid even the appearance of impropriety.
I have never been an eavesdropper, even in childhood. Not from any sense of virtue but because I really do not want to know what people think of me or, to be precise, what they say of me - often a different matter. I can usually imagine the unpleasant judgements, for we are what others needs us to be. That is why our reputations change so often and so drastically, reflecting no particular change in us, merely a change in the mood of those who observe us.
Henri IV's feet and armpits enjoyed an international reputation.
The reputation Hillary Clinton had at Wellesley and Yale was, "My God, this woman single-handedly could end up running the world! This is the smartest woman!
The death of deference seems to be general at the moment, so everybody has to earn their reputation and trust all over again. You don't just get it by virtue of being a professor or a politician or anybody else.
Michelangelo's contemporaries thought him the greatest artist who ever lived and called him 'divine.' His reputation as sculptor, architect, painter and draughtsman has not subsequently been surpassed, and who is to say his contemporaries were wrong?
Reputation is something that you build over the time. Do not rush the process.
Someone who gossips well has a reputation for being good company or even a wit, never for being a gossip.
Merit and knowledge will not gain hearts, though they will secure them when gained.
kar.a.bek.i.an (n.); (from Rabo Karabekian, U.S. 20th Cent. painter). Fiasco in which a person causes total destruction of own work and reputation through stupidity, carelessness or both.
But naturally Jackson's giving Danny the play-by-play because, hello, if you were Jackson and Gloria liked you, wouldn't you be renting a billboard about it?
Michael J. Silverstein
Epidemics of "bad" voice can kill your reputation overnight.
In this world there are those who enjoy giving people balloons and there are those who take great pleasure in popping them. And I wish to be remembered as being firmly in the first party.