Practice the humility of service
It is probably the human instinct, deformed by the original sin, that leads us to think that the best is the one who commands and that the one who serves is inferior.
"Whoever wants to be great, be your servant; and whoever wants to be the first, be a slave to all. For the Son of man has not come to serve him, but to serve and give his life in ransom for all." (Mk 10, 42-45)
Probably the human instinct, deformed by the original sin, that leads us to think that the great one is the one who commands and that the one who serves is inferior, is, in a way, a poor bastard. Therefore, because instinct is wounded by sin, that is why we flee service and seek to be served.
Christ, knowing the human soul, wants to escape this deviation. He does it in two ways, by example, and with his teaching. Again, and again, and not only in that last supper in which he washed the feet of the apostles, but he also showed his attitude of service. On this occasion, as the evangelist Mark says, he wanted to teach it explicitly, speaking of himself ("the Son of man has not come to be served, but to serve") and telling his followers that they should imitate him and do the same. Therefore, it will be a matter of putting into practice what the Master did and taught because no one is as great as He is and therefore no one has to be as low and humiliated as He did. It is about serving and doing it with joy, without complaining, knowing that this is how the Lord is imitated and loved in the brothers. Of course, this service must be intelligent, without lending itself to abuse or being used to rude people. But within these margins, what needs to be done is to theorize less about the service and serve more. For the love of Christ, with the help of Christ and as Mary did, the slave of the Lord.