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Humility Isn’t Denying Your Strengths; It’s Being Honest About Your Weaknesses

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Humility Isn’t Denying Your Strengths; It’s Being Honest About Your Weaknesses

Humility isn’t denying your strengths; it’s being honest about your weaknesses.

A surprisingly large number of people do not know how to take a compliment. There’s something in our mind-set that says we cannot possibly deserve positive feedback and therefore anyone who pays us a compliment must be either lying, misguided, or feeling sorry for us. This is that little extra-critical voice in our heads, externalized and projected onto others; as if it weren’t enough that we undermine ourselves, we force others to undermine us too.

How to Take a Compliment

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