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Keeping a promise worth more than exceeding it

Exceeding a promise isn't viewed any more highly than keeping a promise, a study has demonstrated. Researchers thus suggest that there is little or no benefit to putting forth a greater effort to exceed a promise when keeping a promise is so highly valued. This likely extends beyond interpersonal relationships, the researchers write, to relationships between businesses and customers, and employers and employees.
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