What kind of an impression do you think that you make? In the workplace? With the family? In public? With your friends and colleagues?
Reflective people tend to spend some time thinking about the effect they make on others. Those who care about making a good impression, being a useful teammate, and demonstrating their best qualities spend time considering the effects they make.
What kind of an impression would you like to make? If you could choose what people thought about meeting you, what imprint would you leave on the minds of those you meet? Would you like to be known for being a confident professional, a strong leader, a helpful colleague, or a gifted artist?
People do not always see in us what we see in ourselves. Sometimes they grasp a side of our personalities that we cannot see or they see one tiny element in the complexity that makes us who we are. They might not recognize who we really are or who we are trying to become.
As we move through different phases of life, inevitably we want to change aspects of ourselves—our appearance, our physicality, the legacy we leave, and our impressions.
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