On Humility: - Deepstash

On Humility:

  1. Success is also dependent on luck.
  2. Don’t let your ego get in the way of making the best possible decision.
  3. Anything that reminds you that you’re not the center of the universe is a good thing.
  4. Hold onto your awareness of yourself, even if the world tells you how important and powerful you are.

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