I’m not sure if you watch the Food Network or not, but I do occasionally. One such reason to stop by is to get an eye full of Giada de Laurentis.
One thing I have noticed over the years since I have been watching her is that other women are so highly critical of her. Her teeth are too big. Her boobs are too big. There is too much cleavage showing. She smiles too much. She speaks English too properly. Her shirts are too low cut. She it too thin.
On the other hand, men tend to say, I like Giada. She is kind. She is beautiful. I would be more interested in cooking if she was my teacher. I’m not sure what she was cooking because I couldn’t keep my eyes on the food.
It goes on and on and on. But, here’s the facts on Giada that you may not know, beyond just seeing an attractive cook on TV:
- She was born in Italy.
- She is currently 43 years old (looks better than most women half her age)
- Graduate of UCLA
- Studied at Le Cordon Bleu (the best culinary school in the world)
- Chef at 2 of LA’s top restaurants (Ritz Carlton and Wolfgang Pucks)
- Started a prestigious catering business attracting such clients as Ron Howard
- Author and cookware designer
- In the Culinary Hall of Fame
Her credentials go far and above many of the other cooks on TV.
So, what does Giada have to do with Network Marketing?
Well, actually not much… hee hee! I just wanted photos of her on my blog.
Actually there is something to be learned here, and this isn’t a stretch for me, just so I could have some cleavage on the blog.
- We all judge.
- We show favoritism.
- We are jealous.
- We all put down to lift ourselves up.
- We all feel small in the presence of others that we feel are better than us.
- We gaulk and we drool over others.
This list could go on and on, but you get the point, and Giada is a perfect example of how we perceive others. Here’s my point:
Stop the judging and jealousy. People are people. Everyone deserves respect because they are a creation of God and need to be treated as such. Stop showing favoritism and treat others with respect, while honoring them for their accomplishments.
And… if you’re a guy… keep your eyes focused on the person face. And, if you’re a girl, keep your eyes focused on the person’s face and stop being jealous
In the end… you’ll have more fun and not be some sour, bitter person.