Have you ever seen a snake try to downplay it's snake-ness?
Or a puppy cut back on tail-wagging for fear of it being too much?
When we are not editing who we are nor trying to cover up who we are with some persona that we know not to be true to our hearts, there is no need to take on an attitude of lowliness or meekness. There is no need to puff ourselves up and then put-on a pretense of humility. As Golda Meir once said. "Stop being so humble, you're not that great."
When we are fully ourselves - full of ourselves (who else are you going to be full of?)- humility becomes a put on. Not necessary.
Own your you-ness. No need to play small and no need to play big. Just play.
Stop editing yourself out of existence and calling it humility.
Wag your tail or rattle your tail. Throw back your head and laugh or hiss. Do what you were put on this earth to do. And don't be humble about it.