When people "admire" us, we are doing nothing; the admirers are doing the action. "Harvest, draw, get, attract" are all actions, so they don't fit well with "admiration".
Usually we talk about doing things people will admire, or doing things to "gain" their admiration. We commonly say "get" a person's attention, or "attract" people's attention.
"Harvest" is even more active than "get": it means to take something (usually by cutting plants) and keep it. The idea of "harvesting" something from people is very invasive: the only common phrase I know of is "harvesting organs", which means killing people to remove and sell their organs. Yuck!