What ever happened to humility?  Once valued in our culture, humility just isn’t practiced at all.  Instead, we have a self-centered, chest-thumping, braggadocios, pat yourself on the back generation with an exaggerated self-importance.

What ever happened to humility? Once valued in our culture, humility just isn’t practiced at all. Instead, we have a self-centered, pat yourself on the back generation with an exaggerated sense of self-importance.

Mentorship is a critical part of your success story. entrepreneurship, success, inspiration ~ On page October 4 in A YEAR OF LIVING CONSCIOUSLY, Gay Hendricks stresses 'Staying Coachable.'

Staying teachable is greatly benefited by humility. Knowing is the opposite of thinking & learning. It is, however, possible to be humble and not very teachable.

True humility is being able to accept criticisms as graciously as we accept compliments. —Sabrina Newby

An inspirational quote by Sabrina Newby about the value of Compliments: “True humility is being able to accept criticisms as graciously as we accept compliments.

"Humility isn't denying your strengths; it's being honest about your weaknesses." ~ Rick Warren

Synchronicity is not about orchestration -- it is allowance of manifestation. Miss Bigwords Fancypants

I can't stand a smirker. They have arrogance written all over their fool face.

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There's a thin line between confidence and arrogance. It's called humility. Arrogance Smirks and that smirk ain't pretty.

everyone should do this. no one is better then anyone. I wish people weren't so…

Always focus on being the best version of yourself, and on growing into a kinder more understanding individual

Be humble to see your mistakes, courageous to admit them, and wise enough to correct them. Amine Ayad

“Be humble to see your mistakes, courageous to admit them, and wise enough to correct them.” ― Amine A.

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