“Not to be proud.” (cf Titus 1:7 Rule of Benedict 4.34)
StBenedict titled this chapter the Tools for Good Works. It becomes apparent that the Tools are not the Works. While some prescribe good deeds (e.g., works of mercy) many of the tools reshape the monk, not the world.
Pride’s antidote, humility, fills the Rule’s longest chapter. Monks learn it slowly.
Avoiding pride is a necessary first step for doing good works; learning the virtue may take longer.