Humility is not about thinking less of yourself, but thinking more about everything else.
It doesn’t require putting yourself down, but lifting others up.
Humility means that you have confidence, but you are honest about what you can and can’t do, and you see how others can help you.
Humility is realizing your place in a greater whole. It’s being a member of a team and a group and wanting the group’s success more than your own.
Humility is trusting yourself and trusting others and knowing that you can’t go at it alone.
Real humility is not demeaning, but the opposite: you gain self-worth and confidence as you realize your place and accept the help and support that have always been holding you up.