7 Ways You Can Earn The Respect From Others

Wondering why some people naturally gain respect but many others have to work or demand it? If you feel disrespected by individuals it may b...

Wondering why some people naturally gain respect but many others have to work or demand it? If you feel disrespected by individuals it may because of you. You can earn respect by treating people in the same way you want to be treated. Stop thinking and read this whole article to learn how you can achieve respect regardless of your situation. 

People admire humility and detest branches.
When you are in a position of leadership, it is indispensable to have the respect of the people who work in your team. However, this is not given for free, you have to earn it. Also, your team may admire your intelligence, your work habits and even your ability to reach agreements, but true respect is much more than that.

7 Ways You Can Earn The Respect From Others
If you can win your admiration as a person, then you will have won. Here are some tips for doing it.

1. Be friendly

You should try to be educated with all the people you meet in your day, from your partner and children, through your colleagues until you reach the cashier of the convenience store. I know, it's easier said than done, especially when you have a bad day. But remember that if you want to be treated with respect, the others too. Give others the same warmth you would like to receive. Make sure your actions are always polite. Open the door for the person who comes behind you, let the older adult in the supermarket row, always smile and give thanks every time.

2. Act Respectfully

It sounds obvious, but to many people, it is not. Eliminate rude behavior such as making gestures with eyes on others' backs, paying more attention to your cell phone when talking to someone, and so on. These actions are not only disrespectful at the moment, but they also prevent people from coming back to you. Better generate a cordial listening area around you. We all deserve to be heard, even if we do not agree on all issues.

Consider how you like being treated when you have something to say.

3. LISTEN Well

Listening is not the same as hearing. Listening is an active process that requires "pausing" our own opinions to understand what the other person wants to express. Many times what your interlocutor tells you will "shoot" thoughts in your head that will make you want to share your experience. Instead of telling your story, ask questions that lead the other person to say you more. When you develop good listening skills, you make others feel important and validated.

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4. Be Helpful

People gain respect from others when they help or listen to them in times of need. Look for opportunities to support others without the need to be asked first. Find out how many times you can be useful in a day.

5. Do not make excuses

Your actions are based on your choices, and unless there is an extraordinary circumstance, there is no excuse. I own your stock. If you were late, it probably was because you did not handle your time correctly. If you did not finish a job, maybe it was because you did not concentrate the necessary. Accept your mistakes and instead of torturing yourself with them, look for opportunities to demonstrate that you have learned from them.

6. Let go of the rage

Clinging to a resentment only hurts you. Allow yourself to become momentarily angry and then move on to rectify the situation or leave it behind. It does not help "nail" you into a problem; Stress can generate anxiety and even health problems. Nobody is perfect, and we all make mistakes from time to time. Give others, but especially yourself, the time to recover from a bad time and refocus energy. Forgive and forget.

7. Be open to change

Being foolish will not get you anywhere. Realize that every evolutionary process includes a change. Make an effort to grow as a person, to learn new skills and to modify some of your automatic responses. And of course, do not forget to recognize when you've made progress.

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