Curious what being humble means to you, especialy when NOT in a dojo or other training setting. Like say, the grocery store, the freeway, or other places.
I tend to think of humility from a different direction. If you learn to truly respect others and develop a sense of empathy (like a good uke/nage in action) then you'll discover a type of self-respect others might call humility.
Beating down your ego, like it was some kneaded dough, seems pointless. You wouldn't do that to other people, so why do it to yourself?