Humility Action Plan

378 WordsMar 5, 20122 Pages
Checkpoint: Humility Action Plan One must make the step of admitting bias. We tend to think the worst of ourselves at times because we know who we are. We know the things we have done. One needs to have a positive pep talk with him or herself. The second step is to ask others for accurate feedback. One who seeks another person’s honest opinion gives you a chance to assess both your strengths and weaknesses. The third step is learning how to laugh at one’s self. Laughter is healthy, so if one makes a mistake laugh about it and move on. One should not take him or herself too seriously. The fourth step is one should learn from other cultures. If one is humble, he or she will see others live his or her life in different ways. The fifth step would be to cultivate the other strengths. Recognize the strengths of others by showing compassion. Be appreciative of what others have to offer. The sixth step would be to assume a cosmic perspective. One is a small piece in the large world we live in. One may see him or herself being small compared to the entire universe. The seventh step is to experience awe. One needs to open his or her eyes and see the world as a beautiful place. The eighth step is focus beyond self. One needs to forget about him or herself and think about others and our surroundings. The ninth step is to promote secure attachment. One is to teach his or her children trust rather than fear. One needs the ability to handle both positive and negative feedback. The tenth step is to practice authoritative parenting. One is to offer reassurance in a warm caring nurturing way to his or her children. The eleventh step is to model humility. One needs to observe his or her surroundings and communicate clearly. One needs to admit his or her weaknesses and accept feedback without overacting. The twelfth step is to demonstrate

More about Humility Action Plan

Open Document