I've been really struggling with this step. Partially because I'm trying to get a new career off the ground at the same time, but mostly because I'm trying to work around the idea that this is something you Don't Do. You don't talk about yourself, good or bad, but especially good.
My sponsor recommended I try to view the good things as gifts or lessons from others, to get around that mental block. It's still difficult.
I was in the classroom today (watching a lesson and getting introduced) and the higher ups kept going on and on about how smart and talented I was and how lucky they were I was there and all these positive things. I tried to just let it wash over me and accept them. I mostly succeeded. It was difficult to not interject with self deprecation, but I did it. I even managed to do it, somewhat, in my head. That's a rather large leap forward for me, to be able to accept a compliment without self deprecation either aloud or in my head.
I got joy out of helping the students, even the "difficult" class. It's that joy in work I've been hunting for. The day flew by. I smiled most of the day, which is another rarity.
Today I discovered I had more patience than I thought I had. I discovered that maybe I am as smart as everybody keeps telling me. I was reminded that I have a talent for helping people.