We are all put-off by arrogance. Arrogance that is the opposite of humility. We expect our leaders to know it all but not to be a “Know It All.”
We like to know the answers. There are those who have what is called “spiritual certainty.” Humility misses the point somehow.
We even consider it a weakness if we don’t know the answers. When a teacher, boss or spouse talks down to us as if we should know the answer, we feel “less then.” Because we have the idea that we ought to know.
Being humble is being willing to be authentic rather than arrogant. Humility accepts that we do not need to know it all.
I hold a degree from Lamar University in Speech and a Master’s from the University of Texas. I was an educator in regular and special education for twenty years, finishing my professional career as a Braille teacher. I am a Certified Professional Coach with Fowler International Academy. I married Sam after raising three children as a single mother. In 2007 I founded SMORE for Women. SMORE is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit whose goal is Single Moms, Overjoyed, Rejuvenated, & Empowered. My stories have been published in several books and magazines. My book, Living Learning Loving, Insights and Encouragement on the Path of Motherhood is available for purchase on Amazon.