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CheckPoint- Humility Action Plan

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CheckPoint: Humility Action Plan . Throughout my life I thought of myself as humble, but as I soon learned that was not the case. It was low self-esteem I have mistaken as humility. So I have created an humility action plan using the 12 factors from the text readings. Step 1 Admit bias – accepting that I am overweight only temporarily and that I am worth more than what I become (depressed, whiny, and pessimistic). Step 2 Seek accurate feedback – asking my friends from the military, high school, present friends how I was and how I am today. I will get honest feedback from then because they have always been honest with me. Step 3 Learn to laugh at ourselves – this is something that I may find hard to do since I always feel down on myself. On occasion I would joke about my excessive weight with being “fluffy.” It sounds cuter and it helps make people and myself laugh. Step 4 Learn from other cultures- I would seek knowledge from other cultures since 9 out of 10 they are more humble than U.S. This will help me to become more humble.
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