People tend to respect me more when I'm willing to admit that they are right and I am wrong. Image consciousness can motivate me to maintain humility in some things I find to be more mundane or outside my interests, in the times when it's otherwise hard to maintain the motivation. Other times, it's about honoring the other person. If they are right, they sort of deserve to be recognized for it. I enjoy being recognized for my insight whenever I happen to be "right", and I think they deserve the same. If they shed new insight on a topic, and it appeals to my perspective, I do often instantaneously adopt the new perspective without a second thought. But I still tend to recognize it as originating from an outside influence, and I respect the person it came from. Even if it means admitting to incorrectness on my part, I will admit to it very readily if I'm shown, via new information, to clearly be in the "wrong". The shift is somewhat instantaneous, but I still have an initial feeling of "whoops, my bad, time to revise", and an appreciation for this new insight.