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I Ching, QianI Ching, Qian

Qian : Earth over Mountain

 

Humility

Humility is having great possessions and not dwelling upon them.

Lacking humility, a manager and his or her organization become empty, disrespectful, and lazy.

Humility is recognized by its quality and endurance. it should be practiced in both favorable and unfavorable situations.

True humility enriches all. Satiety brings on resentment.

The manager humbly follows the strong, is hard-working, and extends his humility to the high and to the low.

Do not underrate the positive effect of true humility.

 
 

Remain lowly even when great, having great possessions. Have virtue without dwelling upon it. Do not compete. Inwardly fulfilled, defer to others and be not proud. This leads to more respect from others. Petty people compete and are proud. Leaders are hardworking, yet humble. Command respect.

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