Humility: (1) The quality of being respectful; (2) Showing no arrogance or selfishness; and (3) Decreasing yourself so that others can teach you.
If someone is describing positive traits about me, I pray that they refer to me as being humble. Being humble means that you are respectful. Of course being respectful means to do the right thing, but let’s bring respect to the day-to-day world of school.
|L.E.A.D. Co-Founder CJ Stewart with L.E.A.Dership Council Member Mary Jo Walker|
Being on time for school and excited to learn — Your homework is done, you had a good dinner, lots of rest and a good breakfast. It is time to be on time for school. Being on time for school and ready to learn is a sign of respect for the opportunity to be taught by your teachers. Being respectful is an act of humility. I had perfect attendance kindergarten through high school. Being on time and ready to learn helped me to become the humble leader that I am today. The world needs new humble leaders like you. I am 37 years of age and I had to prepare for today when I was in elementary school. Make today count for tomorrow.
|Our B.E.S.T. Academy LEADers arriving on time for our Hats Off event at GA Tech this spring|
|One of Sylvan Hills Middle School LEADers listening actively at GA Tech during Hats Off|
“Narrate the positive script for your future and you are the star character.”