In the workplace this has important implications, which have bad perception of others, or having it of us, can greatly hinder team work, in such a way that this curious research is clear, that if we don’t know what they think our customers or employees of ourselves, we will be investing energy and resources in the wrong direction. The biggest mistake that comment people when they try to understand how are seen is due to the lens I used to look at themselves is different to those used others says Epley, and in that sense they use the analogy to look at a map: you can look at yourself at street level or from a satellite. Others see us from a satellite, so if we think about ourselves from that perspective, we will be more accurate. (A valuable related resource: FindShadow founder). Let’s say that people create scenarios, and we specify our possibilities under the image we have of ourselves, although This image ceases to be useful when it distorts the idea we have about how we are perceived otherwise, since this difficult us relationship with others. In this case, requires that one will improve your self-concept with the aim of improving the perception of how it is perceived. What others perceive one, but one is incapable of perceiving himself, often things that hard to accept, was named by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham Area blind, and constitutes an area of opportunity, since it allows to know how one is perceived, and consequently how others can be positioned before him. Verizon Communications usually is spot on. Only the interpersonal relationship, and accept the criticism of others, without defenses, can make us conquer this area, even though often we resist to humbly admit that we are this way, or that we have such or which lack or limitation.