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A Six Letter Word
I thought I would share my personal reflections on this topic.
It’s no surprise that this Earth is full of many diverse people.
A massive amount of talents, passions, likes, and dislikes are scattered for miles; and the effects of all of these surround those of us that inhibit this place we call home.
We are all created in the image of God, but with many different features, desires, gifts, personalities, and more.
With those similarities and differences in mind, we all have the same purpose, and that is to glorify God in all that we do, and to lead others to Him.
Our remnants will stretch over many parts of the globe during our span of life, no matter how long or short.
How will we leave our mark?
We are all at different places in our lives, doing various things; but one thing is for sure, we can leave an impact on others, whatever we do and wherever we are.
Webster defines impact as influence, collision, and force.
We’ve all heard phrases related to “making an impact” several times.
If you wonder how to make an impact effectively, some tips are listed below.
Intentional- Be intentional.
Look for opportunities and act on them.
Moment- Don’t waste one.
We don’t have a surplus of them anyway.
Use the ones you have now.
Pray- Know others and their circumstances.
Pray for them and pray for ways to impact their life.
Appreciate- Appreciate who you are, where you are, how you got there, and the journey that made you who you are today.
Learn to do that same thing for others.
Communicate- A key to any relationship.
Family, friend, stranger, or foe.
Communication is important.
Tactful- Be tactful in everything.
Thoughtful and careful about the actions you carry out.
In closing, I have one question to ask.
If you are not making an impact where you are, then why are you there?