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Are You Getting the Respect You Deserve?

May 22, 2014 3 Comments

I recently had a conversation with an associate about respect versus self-respect. It seems that most people think more about how to get others to respect them, than they do about how to increase their respect for themselves.

There should be nothing more valuable to you than the respect you have for yourself. I find that I increase my personal self-respect not by being a saint, but by doing those few extra things (actions) that I might not otherwise have to do. How does big action bring about self-respect?

The closer I get to operating at my full potential the better I feel about myself.  And, the better I feel about myself, the more I seem able to do. Completing tasks and crossing them off my to-do list, gives me a sense of accomplishment, freeing me up to do even more. Look at the loose ends in your life. How much self-respect will you have with all these unfinished things just hanging around? Handle them! Blow through your tasks, make sure what you are doing is in line with your greater purpose and you will begin to see others looking at you with greater admiration and respect, but most importantly, you will feel a sense of pride in yourself for your accomplishments. You’ll be living 10X. Ask yourself:
  1. What are some targeted actions you can take to make you feel better about who you are?
  2. What phone calls can you make to a client that you haven't followed up on? Is there a letter you can send to an old friend or relative?
  3. Are you being positive or complaining? Maybe you can take the time each day to post something positive on your social media pages to give someone else a boost.
  4. Are you spreading goodwill? Try going out of your way to compliment another person for something you may admire about them.
I’m sure if you think about it you’ll find many ways to do more, do good, and serve your purpose, building your self-respect. Want to get more? Do more? Make an effort to increase your self-respect this week and discover how much more you can actually complete and take on. To help you with this, I just created a brand new tool you can use, modeled after the method I have used for years. Its' my new 10X Planner; it's part planner and part journal. You write down your goals and then line up your appointments and tasks to accomplish them. You see it all right there in front of you.  Writing down your goals and reading them daily is critical for success and it has worked for me. Pre-order yours today! Be great. Nothing else pays.

3 Responses

James D. Chamberlain
James D. Chamberlain

November 01, 2016

This advice is rooted in time tested, realistic, methods. I just got done listening to a Brian Tracy CD set, and he mentioned a half dozen geniuses, each of whom gave precisely this same advice. The thing about Grant Cardone, is he manages to distill the fast and furious version of the truth, so it can be applied, on the fly and the same results gained. Thanks, Grant!

Rodney
Rodney

November 01, 2016

I’m 23 and work in car sales as head of a small town BDC. My company has been having me watch Grant for over a year and a half now. My job before was a Pizza Hut delivery driver so I didn’t care to much how I looked, I smelled like pizza all the time and my pants usually had sauce on them and my shirt usually had some kind of pizza debris on them. I didn’t take Cardone to seriously when I started watching (Just another rich guy in a suit in my head), that was until I started taking a lot of things into consideration he would say and the way he lays them out I feel like he’s been where I have. I work very hard as a worker and it shows you can succeed in the aspect of any business and that you don’t just need a company to work for, companies need you as well to run so find who wants you more and if you are needed enough then someday you can have your own company or greater forms of income rather than at a desk for example “investments” that pay back. I come from poverty but I wont lay to rest there! #young&hungry

Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone

November 01, 2016

Thanks man!

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