As you venture into your Monday, may these stories of respect (or lack thereof) help you carry on a conversation with a client or colleague.


In awe,

The Last Night’s Game Team


While “Saturday Night Live” took shots at the newest member of the Philadelphia Phillies because of his massive contract, Bryce Harper showed off his sensitive side. Harper has worn the number 34 since breaking into the big leagues, but will wear No. 3 for his 13-year contract with the team. Why? The last person to wear the No. 34 for the Phillies was former pitcher Roy Halladay, who died in a plane crash. Harper felt Halladay should be the last player to wear that jersey number for the team. RESPECT



Who says dancing isn’t a contact sport? After a big win, UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) fighter Johnny Walker broke out his celebration dance in the octagon. He showed off his skills by doing the worm and as a result he dislocated his shoulder. SHOW OFF


ESPN’s Rich Eisen did it again, running the 40-yard dash at the NFL (National Football League) Combine to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For the second year in a row, Eisen, who has raised over $1 million for the children's hospital, received a surprise donation from New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. GOOD GUYS FINISH FIRST


Last week we shared with you why the NFL Combine is one tough interview. Besides the physical tests, the mental ones are just as strenuous. This weekend, the Seattle Seahawks asked one prospect to participate in a staring contest. WHATEVER IT TAKES


Rocker Kid Rock celebrated his first hole-in-one with none other than golf legend Jack Nicklaus. FORE!