The usefulness of respecting people with its actual results. I would be more happy if more help would be written on how to handle and really respecting the ones who does not believe in respecting one and spend time in figuring out wrongs. May 26, Linda rated it really liked it. Older book so data is a little outdated but giving respect and receiving it never goes out of date and is currently in short supply.
Great book for everyone.. I live the self respect section. Aug 25, Courtney Nakoneczny rated it it was ok.
Good reminders, nothing earth shattering. Oct 08, Lenore Webb rated it really liked it Shelves: self-help. The golden rule. The one you do not break. We learned this rule as the rule of respect in my home. And you gave respect to others not expecting it first either. To this day I have had a healthy attitude about respect. As I have help raise many lil ones, I have said yes Mame and no Sir to them. I tell them please and thank you. That is how they learn to say these things "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
That is how they learn to say these things.
As you get older you begin to learn why. When I was looking for books to review I was thrilled to see this title.
Especially the subtitle. Yes, you are successful when you give respect. First, you have not lost your own respect then.
The Power of Respect: Benefit from the Most Forgotten Element of Success [ Deborah Norville] on rapyzure.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Editorial Reviews. rapyzure.tk Review. Respect, a lost value in our world today, is the latest The Power of Respect: Benefit from the Most Forgotten Element of Success - Kindle edition by Deborah Norville. Download it once and read it on.
Second, your giving a gift to someone one else the ol pay it forward rule. Deborah reminds us how powerful respect is. And how important it is to make it a part of our daily lives. Reminding us again that this is a fundamental rule. We respond to people who respect us. We look up to people we respect. In a world where life is so fast the power of respect can slow it down. It puts a pause in the conversation. And most often a smile on a face. Remember to use this tool, this basic gesture, this golden rule to enhance your life.
Read "The Power of Respect" to remind yourself how important you are as well as those around you. Share this book with new mothers, young graduates and those starting off in marriage. As respect will help them grow in all areas of their lives. Thanks, Deborah for reminding us of this basic tenant. Oct 21, Jill rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviewed. This book is well written and very nicely organized.
Norville first defines respect and how it starts at home, how it can be taught in a family, how it works in a marriage or a friendship, how it functions in the workplace, how it's lack can affect both a school or business, and how an individual can work on their own self respect. She uses examples from research and from the lives of people she knows either personally or through her work on Inside Edition. The chapters are clearly marked for ea This book is well written and very nicely organized.
The chapters are clearly marked for easy use by parents, teachers or businesses. Having small children I was very interested in how to teach respect to children and as an educator I really enjoyed how she showed respect at work at schools and the great difference it made in not just behavior but also academic achievement when school wide respect programs were implemented with student involvement. It is eyeopening to think about how she is right, often we are more respectful to strangers we meet during the course of our day than we are to our own families.
You can build people up by showing them respect, at home, at school, or at work and that building up can build a foundation for the future. Apr 28, Cafelilybookreviews rated it it was ok. Dec 27, Samantha rated it liked it. I thought this was a good book, but it wasn't about Deborah Norville's experiences with respect.
I thought she would use more of her life examples. However, she relies on some very fascinating people some famous and some not for her examples. It was very well researched and thought out. It does lack in some analytical components though. I enjoyed how she categorized it into subjects such as business, school, relationships, etc. Any condition Any condition.
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In business: Higher salesLower employee turnoverLess exposure to lawsuitsAt home: A stronger marriageHealthier family dynamicsMore polite childrenIn your personal life: More self-respect and confidenceCloser friendshipsHigher standing in the communityRespect, a lost value in our world today, is the latest subject of research for Inside Edition anchor and best-selling author Deborah Norville. Want to Read saving…. Respect in all my relationships is at the top of my list of New Year's resolutions. Get A Copy. Jul 23, Dave rated it really liked it.
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