Being Disrespectful

Being disrespectful is thinking I’m homeless without asking if I am or not.
Being disrespectful is to assume I don’t have a higher education without you asking or doing your research on who I am.
Being disrespectful is lying to people you have authority over.
Being disrespectful is to take frustration out on others you have authority over.
Being disrespectful won’t gain my respect back towards anyone even though I gave you the benefit of the doubt.
Being disrespectful is berating someone for 20 or more minutes because they tell what or why something happened. A leader doesn’t always have to have the “last word.”

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