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Ego Vs Humble Confidence!

Updated: Dec 11, 2023

This is a quick post about ego vs confidence with some understanding & humility. This post is based on just observing some overall behaviors that I'm sure we are all seeing these days, and it seems there is a common theme with so many of today's problems, Egotistical Behavior!


Egotistical Behavior can be defined as follows: Someone who is egotistical is full of him/herself, completely self-absorbed. ... The prefix ego refers to a person's sense of self, or self-importance. To be egotistical is to have an inflated view of your self-importance — basically to think you're better than everyone else.


The problem with this selfish behavior is its complete lack of actual self awareness. Unfortunately we see this a lot in today's society and it is one of the root causes of so many issues that we face today.


There is a big difference between being a confident person and loving yourself as apposed to someone who is arrogant and self important to the point that they become ignorant to the effects their behavior has on others or simple don't care how their actions effect people and society in general.


Wouldnt it be better if we were less self centered and more selfless! We have seen so many examples of the negative effects that ego has had on society over the last few years but we have also seen great examples of the opposite behavior traits as well. Personally I think if we were all a bit more humble and open to seeing things from other perspectives more often, we would all be better off for it.


Humble Confidence - Is what we should all try to aim for, confidence tempered with humility. It requires developing confidence in your abilities while at the same time showing humility to doubt your knowledge and your methods. Confidence and how much you believe in yourself is important. But, humility to know where you fall short is just as important. If more of us could find this quiet confidence more often and try to loose the ego, think of how much better we could be.








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