Ahoy Brigadiers and Pirates of Play, an important part of being a Brigadier within the Mascot Brigade is being a leader in your community and leading by example. The Nine MascotBrigade rules of conduct were created as a guideline to help you not only become a leader, but to aid in accomplishing your goals in life. Today we cover our third rule: Respect
Our First rule is Focus, covered Here
The Second Rule is Adversity, covered Here
Our Third Rule is Respect, covered in this article.
Brigadiers: Respect yourself
Respect your fellow man
Respect your School, Playground, Park and any Sporting Teams you play for
Respect your Family Name Whether you simply go the neighborhood playground to play, or play an organized team sport.
Show respect at every corner of R-World and be an example of building a better world. This includes interaction in the public where you will conduct yourself as a gentleman or lady in every possible manner, including appearance, conduct, diction and manners.
With a team setting during travels, players are to wear team issued clothing, not another team or sports brand at all times in public.
Respect is your Third Rule of Conduct (Nine in total) as an Athlete as established by Brigadier Generals Coach Davies of Renegade Training, Brigadier General JJ Johnston (JJ the Crew Guy) of Right Coast Pro and of course yours truly, Founder of the Mascot Brigade, Coastee
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