Concerned About Your Image?

To be understood of men seems to be the aim of much of mankind. The teacher wishes to be understood by the pupil, the legislator by the constituent, the salesman by the customer, the employer by the employee, and vice versa. Even when the best human methods of communication are available, there often remains a basic concern about being correctly understood.

A word that often crops up in descriptions of this concern is "image." It is a word that has come, in this usage, to refer to making an impression, good or bad. It denotes one's identity in the thoughts of others.

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