My observation is that, while respect is often asked for or even expected, the sheer fact that work is done in anticipation of the achievement of the success, is why often it isn’t rewarded or offered.

This “work” is done without engagement, without intuitive questioning or inquisitive anticipation.

Respect must be… must be given before it can be received… not blindly, not without questioning… it is part of a conversation.

Another feature of respect is that it can be fleeting. It’s not something that you hand on to your children or your workers, it is something others give you gradually and can take it away instantly should you disappoint, behave inconsistently, criticise without solution in any of, probably, sixty or seventy ways.