It’s no secret that the ability to persuade is a key to success in any field. But what exactly is persuasion? It’s more than just using a few slick words to get what you want. In reality, persuasion is an art form that requires a deep understanding of human psychology and the ability to read people like a book.
Humility is a difficult quality to embrace, but it’s one that’s worth striving for. Humility can help you feel more at peace with who you are and what you’re capable of. It can also improve your relationships with others, which in turn makes them better people as well. Humility is not difficult because of the concept itself but because of what you as a person are capable of.
We know how pride and arrogance are the opposites of humility and how pride is an overflow of self-confidence. Humility is required when you know just how capable you are but still chose to not overblow your trumpet. It most definitely is something we like to see in others but do we practice it ourselves?
Here are the top things to remember when pride wants to take control;
Self-compassion allows you to confront your flaws without fear or shame.
It’s easy for us to get caught up in how we think we should be, but this can lead to feelings of inadequacy. If you’re constantly thinking about what you should do better or feeling guilty when something doesn’t go right, it’s probably because there is something inside of you that needs attention and care. When we focus on these thoughts and feelings instead of the present moment (and often when they’re not even accurate), they become self-sabotaging patterns that prevent us from living our best lives.
Self-compassion allows us to acknowledge our flaws without being overwhelmed by them—because acknowledging them doesn’t mean that we have failed as human beings; rather it means accepting ourselves as we are right now with all of our strengths and shortcomings intact!
Being humble improves relationships.
Humility is a sign of strength, not weakness. If you’re humble and consider yourself to be weak or insignificant, then it’s likely that others will see you as such too. When people don’t feel comfortable around someone who’s always showing off their strengths, they’ll start avoiding or distancing themselves from them.
Being humble makes you more approachable because it shows that there are aspects about yourself that need improvement in order for the relationship between the two parties involved (you and me) to work out well–and this is why we should encourage humility-based behaviour in all areas of life!
Humility generates creativity.
If you’ve ever been creative, then you know how important humility is. Creativity is a byproduct of humility—and it allows us to be open to new ideas and take risks.
Humility also makes us more empathetic, in the sense that we can better understand other people’s perspectives and experiences. This makes our ability to innovate much stronger because we’re able to see things from their perspective rather than just our own!
Humility makes you more courageous.
It’s easier to try new things if you’re not afraid of failure and it’s easier to ask for help if you’re not afraid of looking ignorant. It’s also easier to admit when you’re wrong if there is no fear of being judged by others. More than this it opens you up more to others. It’s easier to ask for help when pride isn’t convincing you you’re ‘bigger’ than the next person.
We all have flaws and we all struggle with self-esteem. But taking the time to be humble can lead to a happier, more productive life. Be kind to yourself and your loved ones, because you only have one shot at this ride.
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