Humility vs being a pushover

Being humble is about always accepting that you could be wrong. Not saying with an undertone of sarcasm, “Now I could be wrong,” but actually believing it.

The skill of humility is essential for anyone interested in improving themselves, leading others and being happy and fulfilled.

Humility is not the same as lacking confidence. To be humble, to be willing to admit you could be wrong, you must take a position first.

The pushover, the person who lacks confidence, is too afraid to take a position. They can’t be humble because they have nothing to be willing to concede on.

It’s courageous to be humble, but only if you have the courage to feel strongly about something first.

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