Respect truly is a long-forgotten art.
When I was raised, I said, "Yes sir, No, Ma'am," I held the door and say, "Please."
I still do this today.
When I travel to other states, I realize, not everyone sees respect as an art.
They sure as hell don't use their manners back.
Some of them even think they're better than you because you show them respect.
Respect doesn't mean we have to like and trust each other.
We don't have to agree with one another, but respect just shows I understand.
Respecting someone who has put in the work to be successful shows appreciation.
To have respect for someone who has become a great spouse, parent, or personally developed and evolved human being.
It's a sign of honoring someone and acknowledging them.
You don't have to like them.
You don't have to trust them.
But you can use respect to let them know you are strong and confident without allowing insecurities to tear them down or bring animosity to the relationship.
When you're disrespectful, you might get the shit slapped out of you or get your ass kicked.
It's time to bring back respect.
Use your manners.
Manners make the man.
And great manners make the world a better place.
It all starts with respect.
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Ryan Stewman rose and overcame a life of addiction, imprisonment, divorce, and circumstances that would break the spirit of the average human being.
He went on to create a powerful network of winners and champions in life and business creating a movement quickly changing lives one day at a time.
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