By far your most important
and least used
professional asset

Whatever your position, your reputation is the key to your success.

It sets the crucial expectations about what you can do and how you will do it. This is the basis for being hired for different projects or assignments and for attracting customers and clients. Your reputation is built by three key factors in particular, which for most of us are surprisingly vague:

1. The perceived level of your expertise.
2. The soft skills that translate your expertise into successful action. (Reports from Google and LinkedIn indicate that they account for 85% of the results!)
3. The knowledge of the bugs that can stand in the way of your success.

You may have brilliant business ideas or career strategies, but it all comes down to how you are perceived - your reputation. When you understand the full impact of this, your business, career and professional development will take on a new dimension.

There is nothing more powerful, but paradoxically it is our most unknown and least exploited asset. An attractive reputation is the golden key that opens doors to exciting people, customers and companies you want to learn from, do business with or be hired by.

I can't think of a more important strategy.

”Per is a dedicated game changer and pioneer who chisels out the uniqueness of his clients and contributes significantly to the breakthroughs that can be revolutionary.”

- My professional reputation, analyzed 2022

Are you curious about your professional reputation?

Do you want the opportunity to take your professional life to a new level and find yourself in assignments where your strengths and what you want can be fully exploited? Are you curious about your soft skills or the bugs that can get in the way and how to deal with them?

For 10 years I have developed and worked with an exclusive process with over a thousand entrepreneurs, consultants and leaders in several countries to explore and develop their reputation. This has given me a highly interesting knowledge bank of our soft skills - and what can get in the way. I want to pass this experience on to my clients.

The report on your reputation is a unique document that gives you an in-depth knowledge of everything that builds your reputation.
My ambition is for it to be your most important professional document.

You are doing the impossible Per - you are pointing to the very hub, the heart for all things for business, for consultants , for everything.
- David Moody, Business Consultant Brisbane, Australia

Your way of analysing and making personal strengths concrete is unbeatable and the story and profile of each individual is unique and powerful. You do it extremely well and it has never been easier to recommend someone. All these years after Tom Peters coined the concept of Brand You, you are the first to find a way to make it real.
- Paul Holmström, Chairman of the Board Bioss Sweden

Your approach is powerful, revolutionary, beautiful and personally mind blowing. Thank you for what you do to people and organisations - it changes everything
Sven Hultin - Entrepreneur, Coach, Business Advisor.

My latest book: "Cut the Crap"

Now you can buy my latest book "Cut the Crap" as an e-book. I am convinced that it will help you take your professional life to a new level.
(in the shop you will also find "Let's talk about Reputation").

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