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Honor & Reputation on Linkedin and the Wider World (www.linkedin.com)

Lois McMaster Bujold explains that the difference between honor and reputation is that honor is doing the right thing whether or not anyone else will know of it or think it right, while reputation is others thinking you did the right thing whether or not they are correct in believing it.

Recently, I saw a call to think of content generation as a way ”to build reputation rather than just generating leads.”

I would rather we see content generation as a way to benefit our community.

It’s an honor-focused view.

I suddenly felt very old.

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