Anticipated Impact

There is no impact without action; and there is only value in actions formed in authentic anticipation.

Impact is the living measure – a story unfolding – of the sustainable reach of your leadership. What you do, commitment by successive commitment, writes the story of your reach in this world. Your reach is sustained through a focus fueled by your authenticity.

In light of desire and intent, anticipation becomes a methodology that is unique to you. With the tool of uniqueness in hand, you begin to form a plan; a preparation for impact.

Dave is learning to consciously do this. For years he has operated diligently in executing the plans of others. It is now time that he does this with his core values out front while leading others into the collective story; a story of excitement driven from his own vision.

The very impact Dave desires is the very impact he has been delivering for all those years. He is now simply more conscious of who he has become. His actions will now be re-formed in authentic anticipation; commitment by successive commitment.

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4 thoughts on “Anticipated Impact

  1. Hi Jeff,
    Hmmmm “only value in actions formed in authentic anticipation.” I’ll have to chew on that one for a bit, ha! I’m not so sure that I anticipate every action I take, some arise right in the moment. And those seem as true as others…..so…..pondering. 🙂
    Sue Painter

  2. Jeff, your words today have been quite an impact for me. This is what I came back to read in your blog a few times…

    “The very impact Dave desires is the very impact he has been delivering for all those years. He is now simply more conscious of who he has become.”

    How I received your words is this:
    The impact I put out is the impact I will receive. I’ve needed to make a tweak in something with my approach and this has been a tremendous help. Thank you so much.

    Beth Woodward
    http://www.marketingontheplayground.com

  3. I’m with Sue on this one. I think I need to sit and ponder a bit. I have learned (and accepted) that everything happens for a reason, so I believe there is a lesson for me to learn in your post. Thank you!

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