Humble

The “Insecure” creator brought the audience to its feet with her funny acceptance speech, as she jokingly said she did it all on her own.
The brightest stars of country music came out to celebrate.
Thousands watched and cheered as this blessedly brilliant Quarter Back from Indiana placed himself in a standout position, at Notre Dame and in the NFL for many years.
There's a song on country radio right now by Tim McGraw titled "Humble and Kind" which I feel teaches important lessons for anyone willing to learn them. For me, it speaks to the idea of remembering what matters most in life. It's a song that everyone should hear at least once, and I feel a person going through a divorce should memorize its lessons.
'I'm smart; you're dumb. I'm big; you're little. I'm right; you're wrong. And there's nothing you can do about it' is not
The most important poignant lesson I learned this year is that gratitude is the most important thing to feel, express, and
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We can strive to do better. After all, leadership is an art. Like other disciplines, it takes determination, practice,refinement, and continual improvement.
Be humble when you want to be humble. That comes easier for some people. Be self-deprecating, complain, bitch, moan, whatever you want to call it. Be careful though because a gripe session can sometimes turn into a bragging session before you know it.
Some have no idea what exists outside of their home town or village, and it's a privilege if we can turn this into a beautiful cultural exchange.
One of my favorite definitions of humility is "being open to the possibility that things are other than the way I think them to be." In this sense, it is one of the absolute keys to change and an essential quality on the path to transformation.
Something that was created for a good cause took an ugly turn as some of the more foul-intentioned lemmings who participated decided to pull a nasty prank on a teen with Autism from Bay Village, Ohio.
When we can finally come to accept our rightful place in the nature of things, we see that we are neither absolutely divine nor absolutely evil, but somewhere in between. And since that means we don't have to be perfect that's not necessarily a bad place to be.
Be grateful for all of the things you have always hated about yourself and recognize they are now things you have learned to love and appreciate. Be grateful for the life experiences that have paved the way for you to know who you are and who you are not.
Ever have one of those uncomfortably humbling moments that knocks you in the gut? Totally blows the wind right out of you?
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Far from being a vulnerable trait, if used wisely, a humble attitude clears the way for one to fully appreciate more of life.
Remember where you came from and those who helped you get to where you are. You yourself are unique, but you come from elsewhere, not from yourself. Remember that. Be thankful for that. Be humble.