Week 2: Building Better Thoughts and Feelings. Today, let’s practice humility. By practicing humility, you recognize that you are not perfect and you look for opportunities to learn from others
- Some persons are always ready to level those above them down to themselves, while they are never willing to level those below them up to their own position. But he that is under the influence of true humility will avoid both these extremes. On the one hand, he will be willing that all should rise just so far as their diligence and worth of character entitle them to; and on the other hand, he will be willing that his superiors should be known and acknowledged in their place, and have rendered to them all the honors that are their due.” Jonathan Edwards
- Humility is born the spirit, humiliation of the ego. Allen Cohen
Dr. Jessica Blalock is director of The Center for Discovery. She offers executive coaching, consulting, books, videos and workshops that helps develop the leader in you through personal growth techniques.
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