“True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.” C.S.Lewis
Humility falls under the virtue category of Temperance. Temperance deals with strengths that protect us from excess. It is the practiced ability to monitor and manage one’s emotions, motivation and behavior in the absence of outside help.
A common misconception is that humility involves having a low self-esteem, a sense of unworthiness, and/or a lack of self-focus. However, true humility involves an accurate self-assessment, recognition of limitations, keeping accomplishments in perspective, and forgetting of the self. Humble people do not distort information to defend or verify their own image, and they do not need to see-or present- themselves as being better than they actually are.
Resist showing off accomplishments for a week and notice the changes in your interpersonal relationships.
Notice if you speak more than others in a group situation.
Admit your mistakes and apologize even to those who are younger than you.