We all have “phobias”. But when we surround ourselves with the right people at the right time—when we get to be in an environment where shadows of the 11 Principles of Effective Character are evident—we see nothing but the formation of good character.
Articles that center on Principle 2 of the 11 Principles of Character.
We are complex beings. In our complexities lie the beauty of deep-rooted core values we aspire to exemplify. These values sustain the daily interactions we have with one another.
Humility is one of the most respectable and admirable traits that an athlete can possess. The prime essence of a humble athlete is the act of selflessness and modesty which transcends to the world.
All of the 11 Principles are strengthened by the connection of moral and performance character traits.
Counselors and peers that care make the environment feel safe and that caring community empowers children to take risks and test their limits.
How nice it would be if everyone just respected each other’s abilities and their own while cultivating the art of pep talk and listening.
by Christian B. Miller, Ph.D.Character exists and character matters. But what is character? And what constitutes a good character?I am a philosopher who has worked on the topic of character…