This is not true humility; this is poor self-esteem.
It is thinking of us less, as in less often. When you put your focus on others, on what you are doing, on the task at hand and doing your best, you are not focused on how great you are.
You are focused on living life to the fullest and helping others.
Have confidence in yourself and your abilities. But don't allow your self-confidence to turn into arrogance and vanity.
Don't spend every waking moment thinking about yourself, how you look, what people think about you, etc.
Think highly of yourself, but keep things in perspective.
Survival favours the prepared mind. Robert Crowley
You hear much talk about how important this attitude is, at the same time, few of them seem to take this seriously.
Their actions do not seem to match their words.
There is no way that you will be prepared if you don’t take action to make yourself prepared. The state of full readiness doesn’t just automatically happen.
You have to train to develop this attitude of mind and spirit, and the preparation of physical skills. Just like all of the other traits of the warrior lifestyle, you have to work to attain the state of preparedness.