Week 2 - Week 2 A C lint Eastwood quote states,...

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Week 2 A Clint Eastwood quote states, "Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self- discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power." What do you think that he means by this? What does this quote mean to you? As I reread the quote a couple of time I got that Clint Eastwood was saying in order to be successful in all your daily tasks; it is important to have respect. Not only should you respect yourself, but respect others as well. To really value this quote, and imply it to one’s self I brocket down Barney style. Respect could mean a lot of thing but according to Merrian-Webster.com, respect states an act of giving particular attention (consideration), high or special regard (esteem), and the quality or state of being esteemed .” That being said, respect means to me not just consider yourself but consider others a swell like your co-works that have always been there for you to help you out when you need it the most. Self-discipline is “the ability to make you do things that should be done.” Self-discipline is a major one because this one is the key point of this quote. Without it you’re not really respecting yourself and by doing the right thing all the time even when no one is watching you give you good character and self-discipline. Plus by having both key words,your bound to do great thing in life and others will notice your great work as well .
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course COLL 148 taught by Professor Mr.dude during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Manhattan.

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