Respect by Webster's definition is to admire someone or something deeply, as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements. My definition is a bit different. I substitute and I can remember when I was in middle and high school and there was a sub, all of a sudden rules were forgotten, bathroom breaks increased and the idea of a free period chatting with friends or writing notes was all the focus. Back in the day, when our teacher said make sure you respect the sub,
I was out to dinner with an friend that I have not seen for a while and we were looking at the menus and she looks up from her menu and asked "Do you just get up and see butterflies and rainbows?" Ummm.... as I slowly lower my menu, look around with wonder and question and reply back, "What the hell are you talking about?" She said it again? I replied, "Wait, we are not even talking about me?" She replied "You keep saying the say response, where does it belong?" "What is it'
When I was leaving the corporate world to live my entrepreneurial dream, there were so many people that said, "you know...the grass is not always greener on the other side" I thought, what are they talking about, my grass is just as green as it is on the other side. I am leaving to live my dream of a successful business doing what I love and helping others. What they saw? They saw their grass and assumed I had the same lawn. Wrong. I have a secret, for almost a little ove