CHICAGO-(AEAE) A PROFESSIONAL'S REPUTATION IS THEIR MOST VALUABLE ASSET A professional, an attorney, doctor, college administrator reputation lives a very real existence apart from the professional. It represents the collective mental construct everyone but the professional, shares about them selves, a construct based partially on the professional's own actions but also on the perceptions others have about others' perceptions of that Professional person. An professional has some influence over their reputation—never control—as is the case with all things external, but it remains the professional's most precious assets (far more important than any one job, house, car, or even, some would argue, money. A good reputation is critically important. He or she needs a good reputation for practical purposes—to attract and hold clients, to build relationship and income chief among them. It's hard for anyone to attract clients, friends if people think he has a bad reputation, think he is mean-spirited, lazy, unreliable, or dishonest. A professional's reputation is his main tool for practical navigation through life. A good reputation is worth more than any amount of money, smoothing out the difficulties in a professional career. A bad reputation for a anyone causes doors to be slammed in his face. In all things, it's harder for an someone to build than to destroy. Building a good reputation requires effort, patience, and time. Destroying a good reputation only requires a single moment's misstep. One bad internet article can destroy any professional's reputation for life.
supports moral and ethical causes. Strongly advocates Equal Justice for all. The purpose of the Equal Justice Party is to exalt the law, by holding to the fundamental right of “Equal Justice” for all. It keeps “watch” on unethical attorneys, judges, judicial misconduct issues, unfit government officials, unfit professionals, professors, doctors. EJP studies, evolving intellectual property and constitutional law. It assures all people with the “good news” that in American “right” will prevail, especially for those who “never” give-up “fighting” to obtain “justice”. The Equal Justice Party advocates adherence to the Law, relies on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights as its authority.
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