13 Habits Of Humble People
Jeff Boss

Was just thinking this morning about this training tool that has taken over Australia — you might have heard of it: “WIIFM”. Said like a radio station, but stands for “What’s in it for me?”, which is allegedly the first and foremost concern of EVERY human animal. Do me a favor, and the next time someone mentions “WIIFM” in a workshop, ask for conclusive scientific evidence. Meanwhile: “Since humble people put others’ needs before their own, when faced with difficult decisions they respect the moral and ethical boundaries that govern the decision and base their decision-making criteria off a sense of shared purpose rather than self-interest.”

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