9 qualities that immediately make people respect you

9 qualities that immediately make people respect you when you first meet them

by Lachlan Brown | April 1, 2024, 5:07 pm

MeetThere’s a marked difference between being liked and being respected.

To be liked, you simply have to be pleasant and agreeable. But to be respected? That takes a little more.

Respect is earned through our actions, words, and even our demeanor. It’s about how we present ourselves and how we treat others.

Now, there are certain qualities that are universally admired and immediately command respect from others. These are traits that you can cultivate in yourself to create a positive and lasting first impression.

In this article, I will break down the 9 qualities that can instantly make people respect you when you first meet them.

Let’s dive in. 

1) Authenticity

In a world constantly bombarded with filters and edits, authenticity stands out like a beacon.

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siege

Run the benchmark siege test to simulate 50 clients accessing 10 random cached pages.

siege -b -c 50 -r 10 -i -f urls_list.txt

  • -b benchmark mode, no delay between intereation
  • -c <num> concurrent number of concurrent users
  • -r repititions - tells how many times each user should run
  • -i internet mode, read URLs from urls.txt file in random order
  • -d <seconds> delay between page request, can be 0.1
  • -m "<string>" log message to log file for this run
  • -f <file> path to file with URLs one per line unlike command line argument the URLs in the file or not quoted
    •  The file also supports UNIX-style commenting:

               # Comment looks like this

               https://www.joedog.org/

               https://www.joedog.org/haha/

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Summary - Unreasonable Hospitality

Unreasonable Hospitality by Will Guidara

Unreasonable hospitality and its effects on your business

Unreasonable. This word has long screamed negativity, whether it’s your kid insisting on buying an expensive toy, a coworker who doesn’t compromise for the good of the project, or your mom refusing to listen to your sentiments. But what if you learn that being unreasonable could actually be a good thing?

In the service industry, hospitality is all about making people feel cared for, but when you add "unreasonable" to the mix, it takes things to a whole new level. Unreasonable hospitality is all about providing your customers with a unique, tailor-made service that makes them feel not just cared for but like real VIPs.

It’s not just about meeting expectations, it’s about exceeding them. And this act of going above and beyond creates an unforgettable encounter that’ll linger in people’s memories long after the experience is over.