Randi Glazer grew up like other kids, but when she looks back on her childhood she is now able to appreciate the lessons her parents taught her. Those lessons were disguised as intimate talks in which her parents would correct behavior or point out something that needed to be addressed.
Those “lessons” are the backbone of what makes Randi Glazer who she is today. Glazer says, “I’m glad my parents didn’t allow me to run wild. As a kid that’s all that I wanted, but it wouldn’t have been good for me to do whatever I wanted. I needed to learn to accept instruction from my parents.”
Glazer continues, “That relationship has led me to respect authority as well as my superiors over the years. In management, that’s one of the most difficult things to teach, respect.”
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