#4 PositivePsychology.com Podcast – Exploring Humility & What It Means To Be Humble

podcast 4 humilityIn this episode, Hugo and Seph talk about what it means to be humble, how diving very deep in a topic can foster humility, and why the whole social justice movement is a perfect example of a lack of humility.

About the Author

With his work in positive psychology, Seph Fontane Pennock has been able to help tens of thousands of practitioners and educators all around the world. Seph strongly believes that we can deal with most of life’s absurdities by leveraging human connection and challenging ourselves, instead of using dogma or pharmaceutical drugs.

Comments

  1. Beata

    Would love for you boys to invite everyone to share their experience of being humble 😁 This could add to your research on the subject.

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  2. Scott

    Great topic! I appreciate the advice to go experience something bigger than yourself, in order to cultivate humility.

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  3. Shann Anderson

    Thank you for this discussion. I have been wanting to deepen my understanding of “humility” for a long time. I did like the VIA definition and I appreciate your conversation around the challenges associated with growing humility in ourselves. For me, I see a lack of humility in others like a “rude slap” – I can see the impact this has on me and teams. I’m inspired to learn more….

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  4. ALFONSO TAMAYO

    Loved the podcast. I agree…. I do not think there is much research on humility.
    Thank you.

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  5. Susie

    I am putting together workshops and these articles have been certainly interesting in the findings and are appreciated in helping those less fortunate
    Warm regards,
    Susie

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  6. Dr. Vipin Varma MBBS, PGD, MBA

    Looking forward to more frequent podcasts on Positive Psychology.

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  7. Dr. Vipin Varma MBBS MBA

    Great topic and a very useful discussion.
    Best

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