Unsolicited advice may be frustrating, but it can also be helpful. Others can often see things that you cannot see yourself.
Listening is a skill that many of us forget to nourish and often take for granted. In a world built on multitasking, it can be hard to focus on what is being said and understand the meaning.
When you are criticized, it can be hard to see the benefits it provides. However, criticism provides enlightenment by highlighting our shortcomings to help us fix them.
Along with accepting criticism, we must learn to admit our faults. No one is perfect, and you are not an exception.
Sure, you may have been at the top of your class or won awards and scholarships for your work with the less fortunate, but none of this matters if it was only done to make yourself look better to others.
One of the most challenging aspects of humility is the discomfort it can bring. Despite how it feels, discomfort is a good thing.
While it may seem simple, not showing appreciation is often one of the people’s biggest regrets.
One of the easiest ways to be more humble in your relationship is by paying attention to your partner and showing interest in their life.