One way is to show respect to others, Give respect to recieve it.
If you respect some one then only you will get respect in return.
Do not seek respect and it will find you! At least that is what I've been told.
Offer assistance when needed. Sharing experiences with others without thinking of any returns. Show leadership by guiding those who are not familiar with what they are doing.
Respect is always earn through your contributions. Giving without thinking of any return will prove your quality of leadership and you will earn the respect.
Be precise and direct. People often associate leadership skills with respect.
Respect yourself, that is the only respect that has true worth. Who ever chooses to "respect" you in the mean time, then so be it. If they don't then so be it. You get no award, cool points or special privileges for someone else to respect you. People either like you or they don't, just as well as they will "respect" you or they won't. It just boils down to respecting yourself, at least YOU know your worth as well as what you stand for.
btw respect is not tit for tat, well at least the definition that I know doesn't define respect as something that is given in order to be received. Then again what do I know, maybe this works for some people CiaO
Help others as much as you can.
Respect others for what they are.
Forgive your enemies and learn to love them.
Share with others whatever you can.
Respect is something earned through time through hard work. No one is born with it.
Depends if you mean in the grand scheme of life or on hubpages. Either can in general be summed up by being respectful to others and being worth the respect of others through great deeds and actions. Be a great person and people will recognize it.
Integrity. If you say you are going to do something do it. don't lie to make friends. Show respect in all ways and you will gain respect. Be real and who you are. Fakes always show their true colors eventually. Be that person people can count on.
Give and you shall receive. If you give respect to others, then you should also receive it. If the person is self centered and arrogant, then you may not receive respect. That is okay. You keep giving them respect. You will be the better person for it in the end.
by Audrey Selig 11 months ago
How do you handle a close relative who keeps putting you down for no reason?
by Moronke Oluwatoyin 4 years ago
What does it mean to ''respect yourself?''People often say that for people to respect you, you must first respect yourself. How do you respect yourself?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Why are selfless people the LEAST SUCCESSFUL people while selfish people are the MOSTSUCCESSFUL?
by securityproducts3 5 years ago
Why do we have to rise when the judge walks in?
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
This list has been suggested as an updated version of the Ten Commandments, suitable as a template for use by all, regardless of religion or faith. 1. Do not do to others what you would not want them to do to you.2. In all things strive to cause no harm.3. Treat your fellow...
by Motown2Chitown 5 years ago
To believers and unbelievers alike - what makes you respect someone whose religious beliefs are entirely different from yours - to the point that you find them silly or nonsensical? Beyond respect even, what makes you willing to befriend that person?
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