Kathy Archer

We often look only about as far as the nose on our face. The person we are with, the email in front of us, or the phone in our hand gets our immediate attention. It is extremely hard to look beyond that because in reality there are so many demands on us. It is a struggle to get through what is in front in a given day let alone anything else.

Where are you looking?

Because of that, we rarely look at that future place. That place that shows us how we impact others. We rarely consider the legacy we are leaving behind long after we are gone. More and more is being written about legacy (Kouze and Posner, Forbes and The Federation of Community Social Services British Columbia Leadership 2020) so it stands to reason, we should start paying attention.

Our legacy is our footprint


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