The Aesir gods respect Odin because of his great wisdom, which he worked very hard to get. At the beginning of the world, he even gave up one of his eyes in exchange for a drink from a wisdom-well. Odin may be missing an eye, but thanks to that sacrifice, he can see in his mind everything that happens in the past, present, and future. Odin's wisdom is what makes him such a good king.
The Big Cheese, Wise Guy, the War God, Woden (Anglo-Saxon), Wotan (Old High German), Wotanaz (Proto-Germanic)
King of the Aesir Gods
Bor and Bestla
Two brothers, Vili and Vé
With Frigg, sons Balder, Hod, and (possibly) Hermod
The Valkyries, who choose the best of the slain Vikings for my hall
Fenrir-Wolf, who will kill me during Ragnarok (I may only have one eyeball, but I can see the future)
Married to Frigg
"If you command wisely, you'll be obeyed cheerfully."
Anglo-Saxon poetry, including Beowulf and The Wanderer
My awesome hall Valhalla, where I host the slain Vikings
Kings of the Gods