Montem learners are thoughtful. Successful people don't just think about themselves. They think about others too. They want to do things that are useful for other people, as well as them. Instead of asking "What can I get out of this?" try asking "What will I and other people get out?", or even, "What can I give?"
We regularly use assembly to reflect on this theme. Children can learn how to be thoughtful by watching others be thoughtful, by practicing gratitude and reflecting on who has helped them, by gift-giving, by discussing morality, by exploring what it means to treat others with respect and being noticed when they are kind and considerate.