So is there really a difference between being wrong and being humble?
Honestly in my opinion the two go hand-in-hand.
Being humble is not only understanding that you don’t have to be right all the time, but that you are inevitably going to be wrong in many cases and that is how it’s supposed to be.
The key is accepting and understanding it as only opening more doors for your own personal growth.
The minute we shut down others opinions, we are shutting ourselves off from our own expansion.
One of the most valuable lessons I’ve ever learned is that I have learned so much from others as a result of being wrong with my initial thoughts or perceptions.
Being humble is being able to set aside who is right was wrong in order to find out what the best solution truly is.
Let me ask you question…
Would you rather find the right solution or be right just to be right?
Being humble puts you on the same playing field with every other person around you.
It doesn’t exalt your opinions, abilities or perspectives over anyone else’s.
It leaves you open and ready to find the best solution to the problem regardless of who the information comes from.
It puts you in a position to learn and grow through those around you. Just as it should be.
If I’ve learned anything it’s that I have so much more to learn, and who better to learn from than those I surround myself with?
Case and point… if you aren’t humble, your personal growth is stunned.
So your challenge this week is to think about wear in your life you are being stubborn even when you know you maybe incorrect?
Who could you reach out to for their opinion on the struggle you are dealing with in order to push your progress forward?
Let’s get after it.
Have an outstanding inspired rest of your day!