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Respect Presentation

Health Project

Ross Mischnick

on 15 April 2013

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Transcript of Respect Presentation

Being respectful in all aspects
of your life will make you a better person,
and gains you the respect of others. A Better You! The Meanings Respect is a positive feeling of esteem or deference for a person or other entity (such as a nation or a religion), and also specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem.

It can be many things, a simple gesture or the way you act about the person or subject. Sometimes, respect is doing nothing at all.

Respect is a two-way street. You give it and receive it. Forms of Respect Although it doesn't always show, be respectful is always noticed.

Some common signs of respect:
Support others opinions/actions
Acknowledging people/subjects
Courtesy Respect & Your Life Being respectful is one of the best ways to get far in life. Your boss, teacher, family, and friends all recognize you for it.

When you are giving respect, you are much more likely to get it.
Respecting others, even when they aren't doing the same, makes you a better person.

If you learn to respect others you also gain strong morals and ethics, and makes you a much more likable person. Respect Learn it, live it.

By Austin, Zac, and Ross Word Search Puzzle Review What is the best way to gain the respect of others?

What positive affects does being respectful give you?

What are some other ways to show respect?

Explain a time when you showed respect to others. Thank You!
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