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by Perry Garfinkle,Brian Paul Kaufman,Editors of Men's Health

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Author:
Perry Garfinkle,Brian Paul Kaufman,Editors of Men's Health
ISBN13:
978-0875964218
ISBN:
0875964214
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Publisher:
Rodale Books (February 15, 1998)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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Command Respect is a 176-page guide broken up into 6 parts containing 56 topics.

Command Respect is a 176-page guide broken up into 6 parts containing 56 topics. It is aimed at the typical average man. This book was published in 1998, so there are sections that are outdated.

by Perry Garfinkel and Brian Paul Kaufman

by Perry Garfinkel and Brian Paul Kaufman.

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Examines personal qualities that earn respect and offers advice on giving and receiving respect in a variety of situations
  • Command Respect is a 176-page guide broken up into 6 parts containing 56 topics. It is aimed at the typical average man. This book was published in 1998, so there are sections that are outdated.

    If you have read any books on respect, you are unlikely to find new information here. That is not the author's aim, but rather timeless principles to keep in mind. The book is pretty straightforward and an overall quick read. The most beneficial aspect of this book is interviews with those practicing respect towards the end of the book.

    A major downside to this book is the writing. Thrown within each topic is a hodge podge of examples. It seems like a giant book aimed at advertising other people's books. I never felt that the author's seemed to know much about respect, but rather were citing sources almost every single paragraph. It was as if I read a wikipedia article on respect, then decided to write about it without practicing, and then just threw a bunch of cited examples in my work.

    If you want a quick reference guide to respect, this may be the book for you. If you want something more in depth with expertise from an author, I would recommend a book such as How To Win Friends and Influence People. Overall, I would not recommend this book.

  • Good book in the series.

  • Having written a book about respect, and fearing that this book would cover the same ground, I was a little worried when I spotted this book; however, my worries were short lived, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that the material in this book was entirely complementary to mine. My other expectation was that this would be yet another 'get up and do it' book, but no, this book does NOT belong to that category either.

    This book is aimed at the regular guy, and it looks at many different areas of life, offering sound advice on what to say and do in various situations. Conflict management, public speaking and being a good neighbour - all are addressed, and the book also examines personal qualities such as trust, confidence, humility and daring. The presentation is great, with all issues being tackled point by point, making this the kind of book that you could carry around with you, dipping into it whenever you find a spare minute or two. It's ideal for those times when you want a quick but useful read without getting involved in a discussion several pages long.

    I found a section giving advice on how best to handle those guys at the garage; not only was there good advice on creating trustworthy relationships, but there was also a little help in the self-diagnosis of common car problems. This is useful and practical information that could save us a lot of money! The only negative I can say about this book is that the guys who would benefit most from the advice it contains are probably the least likely to buy it! Do look at my book too when you have a minute. The two are entirely complementary, approaching the same topic from very different angles. Read them both and you will find a highly potent formula, enabling you to transform both the `inner you' and the way you are perceived by others!

  • This is an excellent book on how to gain respect by recognizing and cultivating its traits. Descriptions and examples of the traits (i.e. honesty, humor, etc) are explained. It would have been an even greater book if it taught how to handle people who just won't respect you no matter what.
    Overall, it was a good book on the subject.

  • When I entered the professional arena after college, I had an extremely difficult time adjusting from the fraternity hijinks and it showed in the office. This book changed my life around. Everyone respects me and I can inspire others. No one throws things at me anymore. Perry Garfinkel is truly a great man!

  • Have read most of the classic self-help books..Command Respect takes many of the universal ideas of these and incorporates them into this easy to read guide... chief underlying idea: Love yourself and that will be reflected in your actions and interactions and in turn respect is yours...easy to read, easy to apply.