A. Don’t worry too much about others’ perceptions of you. That’ll take care of itself if you produce results in measurable ways. Use your talent and drive to produce results that others deem impressive, not what you deem impressive. For example, don’t get preoccupied with a pet project that you think will revolutionize the company at the expense of tackling your more visible top priorities where others depend on you. Also, invite feedback and listen with care. You may find that by improving some aspect of your or time , you can command more respect.
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