9 habits that can instantly destroy your reputation, according to these self-made millionaires

As billionaire and legendary investor Warren Buffett once said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation, and five minutes to ruin it.” Here are the bad habits that can quickly put a dent in your reputation, according to these nine self-made millionaires and Advisors in The Oracles:1. But in order to build a great reputation, you need to showcase quality, thoughtful and valuable work. But feeling bad and ashamed about it can make you lose sight of the all the other great work you’re doing and th


As billionaire and legendary investor Warren Buffett once said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation, and five minutes to ruin it.”
Here are the bad habits that can quickly put a dent in your reputation, according to these nine self-made millionaires and Advisors in The Oracles:1.
But in order to build a great reputation, you need to showcase quality, thoughtful and valuable work.
But feeling bad and ashamed about it can make you lose sight of the all the other great work you’re doing and th
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9 habits that can instantly destroy your reputation, according to these self-made millionaires

Many of world’s most successful people have one thing in common: an impeccable reputation — which, when you really think about it, isn’t easy to develop and maintain. As billionaire and legendary investor Warren Buffett once said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation, and five minutes to ruin it.” If you don’t have a strong and well-respected image, it isn’t too late to fix it. Here are the bad habits that can quickly put a dent in your reputation, according to these nine self-made millionaires and Advisors in The Oracles:

1. Not trusting your gut instinct.

“If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t. I used to find myself at parties where there was cocaine on the table. And I knew that if I stayed, no one would believe that I wasn’t doing it. So I always left. Don’t ignore your instinct, because it’s right 99% of the time. Don’t make excuses or question it. Just it and move on.” —Jay Leno, comedian, star of CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,” and former host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show.” Follow him on Facebook and Instagram.

2. Ignoring your online reputation.

“It’s inevitable: When you become successful, people will post negative things about you online. Never take those complaints or comments lightly. Protect your brand and respond immediately by phone or a direct message. If possible, do it in person. Typically, when you express to someone that you actually care and want to address the issue in a peaceful manner, they’ll retract the post or even share how great you are. Treat these situations as opportunities, not problems. But you have to know which battles to fight and which to walk away from. Some people just want to make noise and spread negativity — and those are the ones to avoid.” —Grant Cardone, founder of Cardone Capital, a $750 million real estate empire. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

3. Only meeting expectations, instead of exceeding them.

“Whether it’s at work or in your personal life, simply meeting expectations isn’t enough. So always make it a point to under-promise and overdeliver. When you get an email or text, for example, don’t be like everyone else and respond the next day. Instead, surprise that person by getting back to them immediately. People notice these things — and when you exceed their expectations, they’ll like and respect you even more.” —Mike Peters, entrepreneur, philanthropist, XPRIZE Foundation board member, and founder of the Yomali group of companies, which has generated more than $1 billion in sales online.

4. Taking shortcuts.

“Today, anyone with a smartphone can become a video editor, photographer, or author. And because they can do it so quickly, it’s easier than ever to do a lousy job and slap something together in one afternoon. But in order to build a great reputation, you need to showcase quality, thoughtful and valuable work. This may take years of study, practice and hard work, which is why so few people do it. Not taking shortcuts is essential to building a reputation that precedes you — one that makes people want to work with and be around you.” —Jonathan Goodman, founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram.

5. Being ashamed of your failures.

“It’s easy to get discouraged after a big failure. But feeling bad and ashamed about it can make you lose sight of the all the other great work you’re doing and the difference you’re making in people’s lives. Early in my career, I struggled in dealing with my failures, especially when they were followed by criticism. But I learned that you can do everything right, and there will still always be people trying to tear you down. That’s just the nature of the game. It also helps to be open about your failures. If you’re going to share your story and success to the world, always be 100% transparent. When you share the good and the bad, critics will eventually come around to your side.” —Marcello Arrambide, founder of Day Trading Academy and co-founder of SpeedUpTrader, a funding company for aspiring day traders. Follow him on Instagram and LinkedIn.

6. Being fake.

“Your reputation doesn’t just hinge on your work or credentials. Instead, it’s a product of the energy you give off. You can show yourself as an impressive person who has achieved incredible things, but that won’t override the certainty of what others intuitively feel about you. Often, people can tell if you’re being inauthentic. At the end of the day, all the elements of success depend on you being true to yourself. When you live unapologetically in line with your values, your light will shine in a way that is impossible to ignore.” — Katrina Ruth, founder and CEO of “The Katrina Ruth Show,” a multimillion-dollar online coaching business for entrepreneurs. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

7. Prioritizing the wrong things.

“Some people have shady practices just to earn a few bucks here and there — but it’s not worth it. Your reputation is so much more important than money. It’s a lot like parenting: I want my kids to view me as a role model. When it comes to my company, for example, I always ask myself: Are we building the type of business that our clients would want to model? Are we taking care of them and doing things efficiently? Are we proud of what we’re doing?” —Yuri Elkaim, founder and CEO of Healthpreneur, former professional athlete, and New York Times best-selling author. Follow him on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

8. Blaming.

“Several years ago, I lost everything in a Ponzi-like scheme. Even worse, my friends and family were also deceived into losing millions of dollars. I carried tremendous guilt and felt angry and ashamed. How could I have been lied to like that? How will I ever rebuild my reputation and regain others’ trust again? But then I turned to the words of my heroes, which gave me strength in my despair. Zig Ziglar said, ‘If you learn from defeat, you haven’t really lost.’ And Winston Churchill reminded me that ‘success is not final, failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts.’ Slowly, I faced the situation head-on. I apologized, took responsibility where I could, and spent time with those who were hurting. Maintaining an excellent reputation doesn’t mean you’ll never make mistakes; it’s how you respond to them that demonstrates the depth and strength of your character.” —Tom Shieh, CEO of Crimcheck, advisory board member to Defy Ventures, and advisor to Tiny Devotions. Follow him on Facebook.

9. Being inconsistent.


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Brexit might one day be seen as ‘democracy in action,’ former UK finance minister says

The U.K.’s reputation as a pillar of political stability has certainly been tarnished by the Brexit crisis, according to the country’s former finance minister, but a “sensible” departure from the European Union might eventually be seen as “democracy in action.” Speaking to CNBC’s Dan Murphy at the SALT Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Philip Hammond said there can be “no doubt” that the U.K.’s reputation as a haven of stability had been “dented” by Brexit, “but there is all to play for.” His


The U.K.’s reputation as a pillar of political stability has certainly been tarnished by the Brexit crisis, according to the country’s former finance minister, but a “sensible” departure from the European Union might eventually be seen as “democracy in action.”
Speaking to CNBC’s Dan Murphy at the SALT Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Philip Hammond said there can be “no doubt” that the U.K.’s reputation as a haven of stability had been “dented” by Brexit, “but there is all to play for.”
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Brexit might one day be seen as 'democracy in action,' former UK finance minister says

The U.K.’s reputation as a pillar of political stability has certainly been tarnished by the Brexit crisis, according to the country’s former finance minister, but a “sensible” departure from the European Union might eventually be seen as “democracy in action.”

Speaking to CNBC’s Dan Murphy at the SALT Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Philip Hammond said there can be “no doubt” that the U.K.’s reputation as a haven of stability had been “dented” by Brexit, “but there is all to play for.”

His comments come just two days before voters in the U.K. head to the ballot box. The vote is likely to decide whether the world’s fifth-largest economy leaves the bloc next month or moves toward another EU referendum.

“If we now demonstrate that we can deliver a sensible Brexit that satisfies the millions of people who voted to leave the European Union, that does it in a way that protects the U.K. economy, then actually, when a few years have elapsed and people look back, maybe they will see this as an example of democracy in action rather than a system in meltdown,” Hammond said.


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The U.K.’s reputation as a pillar of political stability has certainly been tarnished by the Brexit crisis, according to the country’s former finance minister, but a “sensible” departure from the European Union might eventually be seen as “democracy in action.” Speaking to CNBC’s Dan Murphy at the SALT Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Philip Hammond said there can be “no doubt” that the U.K.’s reputation as a haven of stability had been “dented” by Brexit, “but there is all to play for.” His


The U.K.’s reputation as a pillar of political stability has certainly been tarnished by the Brexit crisis, according to the country’s former finance minister, but a “sensible” departure from the European Union might eventually be seen as “democracy in action.”
Speaking to CNBC’s Dan Murphy at the SALT Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Philip Hammond said there can be “no doubt” that the U.K.’s reputation as a haven of stability had been “dented” by Brexit, “but there is all to play for.”
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Brexit might one day be seen as 'democracy in action,' former UK finance minister says

The U.K.’s reputation as a pillar of political stability has certainly been tarnished by the Brexit crisis, according to the country’s former finance minister, but a “sensible” departure from the European Union might eventually be seen as “democracy in action.”

Speaking to CNBC’s Dan Murphy at the SALT Conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Philip Hammond said there can be “no doubt” that the U.K.’s reputation as a haven of stability had been “dented” by Brexit, “but there is all to play for.”

His comments come just two days before voters in the U.K. head to the ballot box. The vote is likely to decide whether the world’s fifth-largest economy leaves the bloc next month or moves toward another EU referendum.

“If we now demonstrate that we can deliver a sensible Brexit that satisfies the millions of people who voted to leave the European Union, that does it in a way that protects the U.K. economy, then actually, when a few years have elapsed and people look back, maybe they will see this as an example of democracy in action rather than a system in meltdown,” Hammond said.


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Ford bets on Mustang’s reputation with Mexico-made Mach-E SUV

Ford is betting the Mustang name will resonate with consumers and assist the company’s first all-electric SUV in standing out in an increasingly crowded field. Importing such a well-known American name to the U.S. could be risky amid President Donald Trump’s America-first policies and ongoing negotiations of a new North American trade deal. American automakers have traditionally attempted to keep well-known American vehicles such as Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette and Jeep Wrangler in the U.S. becau


Ford is betting the Mustang name will resonate with consumers and assist the company’s first all-electric SUV in standing out in an increasingly crowded field.
Importing such a well-known American name to the U.S. could be risky amid President Donald Trump’s America-first policies and ongoing negotiations of a new North American trade deal.
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Ford bets on Mustang's reputation with Mexico-made Mach-E SUV

DETROIT – The Mustang Mach-E is a groundbreaking vehicle for Ford Motor that marks the beginning of a new-generation of all-electric vehicles and the first time the iconic name has been used on anything but a two-door pony car.

Ford is betting the Mustang name will resonate with consumers and assist the company’s first all-electric SUV in standing out in an increasingly crowded field. It’s a bold decision that could dilute the Mustang name if unsuccessful. There’s also chance of political backlash since the vehicle is being produced in Mexico and imported to the U.S.

“Car shoppers typically place little importance on where a vehicle is built, but the Mustang Mach-E will be debuting in the midst of a highly contentious election cycle where automotive manufacturing jobs and plant locations could present a ripe opportunity for political grandstanding,” said Jessica Caldwell, executive director of Industry Analysis at auto research firm Edmunds.

Ford previously confirmed production of the vehicle would be south of the border, however that was before it became a Mustang. Importing such a well-known American name to the U.S. could be risky amid President Donald Trump’s America-first policies and ongoing negotiations of a new North American trade deal.

Trump, many times through Twitter, has attacked automakers for importing vehicles from Mexico, China and other countries. He also earlier this year attacked Ford and other automakers for not supporting his administration’s plan to roll back Obama-era fuel efficiency rules.

American automakers have traditionally attempted to keep well-known American vehicles such as Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette and Jeep Wrangler in the U.S. because it’s part of their appeal.

Ford’s crosstown rival, General Motors, received significant backlash, mainly from politicians and unions, for its decision to resurrect the Chevrolet Blazer, a well-known American SUV for decades, and import it from Mexico.

“The last thing Ford wants is for one of its new vehicles to be swept up in such a polarized political environment, especially when big competitors like Tesla can emphasize that their vehicles are American-made,” Caldwell said.

Ford spokesman Mike Levine said the Mustang Mach-E will live up to its storied name, while providing customers looking for a larger vehicle an option under the “Mustang family.”

“This is a Mustang. It provides something Mustang customers are looking for,” he said. “Now we have this great all-electric performance SUV that’s the newest member of the Mustang family.” Ford is expected to release additional details of the vehicle during its unveiling on Sunday.


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The 10 best universities in the world, according to US News & World Report

Today, U.S. News & World Report released its sixth annual Best Global Universities ranking. Universities in the United States earned eight of the top 10 spots, further solidifying America’s reputation as home to some of the strongest schools in the world. For their 2020 list, U.S. News evaluated 1,500 schools — an increase from the 1,250 schools evaluated last year — across 81 countries. The ranking takes 13 different variables that measure academic research into consideration, including academi


Today, U.S. News & World Report released its sixth annual Best Global Universities ranking.
Universities in the United States earned eight of the top 10 spots, further solidifying America’s reputation as home to some of the strongest schools in the world.
For their 2020 list, U.S. News evaluated 1,500 schools — an increase from the 1,250 schools evaluated last year — across 81 countries.
The ranking takes 13 different variables that measure academic research into consideration, including academi
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The 10 best universities in the world, according to US News & World Report

Today, U.S. News & World Report released its sixth annual Best Global Universities ranking. Universities in the United States earned eight of the top 10 spots, further solidifying America’s reputation as home to some of the strongest schools in the world.

For their 2020 list, U.S. News evaluated 1,500 schools — an increase from the 1,250 schools evaluated last year — across 81 countries.

The ranking takes 13 different variables that measure academic research into consideration, including academic reputation, international collaboration, publications and citations. In order to gather information in these categories, U.S. News partnered with Clarivate Analytics to survey 26,810 professors, researchers, senior administrators, students and university employees from across the globe.

You can read more about U.S. News’ methodology here.

Here are the 10 best global universities, according to U.S. News:


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October can be spooky for investors — here’s why experts say not to worry

October has a spooky reputation with investors, but experts say there’s no need to fear the stock market. This month has sometimes been horrifying, historically: Over the past century, three of the darkest days on Wall Street all happened during October. That day, now known as “Black Monday,” “was the worst single-day drop, percentage-wise, in history.” There’s another reason October has a bad reputation, says Lambert: “Market volatility, historically, is higher” in October. “Volatility implies


October has a spooky reputation with investors, but experts say there’s no need to fear the stock market. This month has sometimes been horrifying, historically: Over the past century, three of the darkest days on Wall Street all happened during October. That day, now known as “Black Monday,” “was the worst single-day drop, percentage-wise, in history.” There’s another reason October has a bad reputation, says Lambert: “Market volatility, historically, is higher” in October. “Volatility implies
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October can be spooky for investors — here's why experts say not to worry

October has a spooky reputation with investors, but experts say there’s no need to fear the stock market.

This month has sometimes been horrifying, historically: Over the past century, three of the darkest days on Wall Street all happened during October.

“The big one is October 1987, when the Dow plunged 22% in a single day,” says Jason Lambert, the president and CEO of Northwest Financial & Tax Solutions, near Portland, Oregon. That day, now known as “Black Monday,” “was the worst single-day drop, percentage-wise, in history.”

The Great Depression began after a market crash in October 1929 and the financial crisis that sparked the Great Recession started with an October market meltdown in 2008.

There’s another reason October has a bad reputation, says Lambert: “Market volatility, historically, is higher” in October. “Volatility implies fear,” he says, “even if it doesn’t mean that the market is moving up or down.”


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Pompeo says State Department will hand over documents to Congress ‘quicker than the Obama administration did’

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How to use Google’s new shopping tool to get alerts when stuff goes on sale

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Here’s why NBA players make more money than MLB and NFL athletes — both on and off the court

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UK police arrest climate activists before protests

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