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How To Gain and Maintain Respect Lessons 1 - 8

This list is from an e-book written by me entitled, “So, You Lost the First Round – The Workbook”.

It's specifically designed to help people handle uncomfortable situations. The ones where you have no idea what to do next.

I use this workbook in my coaching sessions with students. Read the whole series for a course in gaining respect and support.

Source: http://www.whodoyourespect.com/respect-lesson-part-3-who-is-in-your-corner/

Respect Lessons: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

"October 16, is Blog Action Day, where thousands of different bloggers from all over the world post about the same theme.

This year's theme is HUMAN RIGHTS."

This blog is proudly dedicated to serving 5 of the human rights listed by the UN.

Gain Respect for Your Personal Journey

Respect! With one beautiful cartoon filled with wisdom, online comic strip artist, Gavin Aung might shift the level of respect you have for your own personal journey. Especially if you have people in your life who constantly voice their disapproval over your choices.

Respect Lesson: Part 1 Who's In Your Corner?

The following is a section of an e-book written by me entitled, "So, You Lost the First Round - The Workbook". I use this workbook in my coaching sessions with students. Read the whole series for a course in gaining respect and support. Who's In Your Corner?

Respect Lesson: Part 2 Who's In Your Corner?

By now, you've developed ways to handle the people who tread on your feelings or who need to brush up on their social skills.

Sometimes what you know how to do, doesn't work. The bully wins and you're left wondering, "why me?"

Respect Lesson: Part 3 Who's In Your Corner?

Stare downs. Fighters do drills to practice keeping their chins tucked and their eyes open in the face of an on-coming strike. Controlling that blink response is not easy! But, it is absolutely necessary.

21 Ways To Fight Back: Respect Lesson Part 4

21 Ways To Describe How You Fight Back At Work (and everywhere else).

Find the words to describe how other people are fighting with you.

Take The Fun Out of Everything: Respect Lesson 5

On a vacation in Belize, I overheard people having conversations that were clear examples of how to take the fun out of everything. I noticed the Belizian bartender and a waiter rolling their eyes as they listened to yet another set of Americans going through "the interview".

Respect Lesson 6: How To Respond to Bullying

How do you respond when someone is bullying or behaving badly with you? For most of us, it depends on the situation. When bullying is unexpected, it's hard to know what to do or how to respond.

Identify Who Behaves Badly: Respect Lesson 7

Respect Lesson Part 7 contains a brief summary of the first six lessons, some agreements to consider before diving into the next set of lessons and a worksheet to fill in called, "Who Behaves Badly With Me?"

Respect Lesson 8: Choose Your 3 Best Corner Men

The next step to take after identifying the people who behave badly, bully or upset you is to determine the people who generate the exact opposite feelings. Just like any fighter entering the ring, you need people in your corner backing you up, supporting you and giving you advice for what to do next.