7 Things You Should be Doing to Practice Being Humble Hey Diligent Leaders! Today I want to talk to you about the practice of being Humble. It’s not enough to simply say you are humble you have to practice being[…]
When you think of humility, do you think of job success? You should. In fact, studies have shown humility is one of the number one traits of CEOs. You better believe humility is one of those traits your bosses are looking for…
Teaching about humility is definitely one of those crucial skills every child needs to learn. After all, being humble will not only serve your child well in all social interactions and group projects as they grow up, they’ll feel more confident and content with a humble attitude, and more likely to find eventual success.
We love being in love. From the moment eyes meet, and we acknowledge the thrill we feel when we see our other person, we’re hooked. We can’t get enough of their company and life is good…until it isn’t.
What’s so amazing about humble people is just how much more confident and even competent they are. It takes a strong person to back off and let their actions speak louder than their words.
Nothing kills a relationship faster than playing the blame game. Your significant other really doesn’t want to hear your excuses, and honestly, being adult enough to own up when you make a mistake reassures them you’re adult enough to be in the relationship at all.
Being humble is generally overrated, but have you ever noticed it’s the people who exhibit humility who are the most relaxed and yes, even confident, people you’ve ever met? It takes a supreme belief in yourself and your abilities to be able to step back and not blow your own horn.
Discipline is crucial to accomplish anything worthwhile. To understand discipline you must know the key word in discipline—Self. There is no one that is going to force you to get up and make a difference accept you. You see, it[…]
Today is Valentines Day and the delivery people are rushing as fast as they can to finish the last of the chocolate, flower, teddy-gram deliveries to get home to their valentine. Sometimes we can feel like those delivery people, rushing[…]
Today I want to talk to you about something we forget. Trouble. No, I’m not talking about forgetting trouble. The is very hard to do. We forget that we are going to have trouble. Many times, I see leaders become[…]