Humility means you are humble, not prideful or arrogant. Being humble enables you to be courteous to people around you, listening to others, seeking to learn and placing others before yourself.
Humility means you put others first by giving up what you think you deserve. Sometimes, it may be your turn to go first in line, to get the last piece of chocolate cake, or be next to get the ball at recess - a person showing humility will allow others to go first because they want to show the other person that that person is important.
When you show humility, you easily embrace and express your weaknesses. You don't try to cover or pretend that you don't have them. You express them to let others know that you need help in those areas so that you can always be improving.
A famous Proverb says: “When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom.” Many times our pride causes us to jump out ahead of where we should be, setting us up for failure or disgrace. When you have humility, you tend to try to learn from others rather than always thinking you know it already. Learning from others, whether their wisdom or their mistakes, makes you more wise.
Humility doesn't mean you think less of yourself. It means you think of yourself less. You put others first. You don't seek to glorify yourself, but to bring about the best result for all people around you. Embrace humility, it will help you to become the best version of yourself.