by President Ezra Taft Benson
By far this is one of the talks that has had the most profound effect on my life. At the risk of dating myself: years ago, (before the internet and copy and paste and LDS.org was around) I decided I needed this talk with me all the time. I listened to it and transcribed it and typed it out word for word. My Bishop at the time saw the small copy I was carrying in my scriptures and asked for a copy of it for himself. He said that he used it all the time after that in counseling with members.
I especially love it because he doesn't just tell us the signs to recognize Pride in ourselves, he sites specific things we can do to become more humble. One year I set a goal of memorizing the 8 tips. Sometimes when I find myself slipping into "prideful behaviors" I can hear President Benson's words echo in my mind.
I still carry it with me most everywhere I go.
Every time I open it up and review it, I realize that I still have work to do.
My beloved brethren and sisters, I rejoice to be with you in another glorious general conference of the Church. How grateful I am for the love, prayers, and service of the devoted members of the Church throughout the world.