An article posted on several years ago by contributor Doug Guthrie posed the question, “How can we teach the next generation of America’s business leaders to be bold and exceptional while still possessing the humility that allows them to be trusted and believed?” Well, we believe that there is a definite role that America’s seniors, especially those carrying the mantle of grand-parenthood, can play in answering this question and in instilling these values in the minds of those younger folks who revere them. The detail components grandparents and parents can use to help develop this essential human quality–humility, a.k.a. modesty, unpretentiousness, and so forth–in the conscious actions of younger people are outlined in a recent article posted at Check it out…it’s a good roadmap to consider!


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