F. Scott Moody discusses how being impactful rather than important made all the difference
Surrounded by his family, friends and former professors, Moody shared a story about how his grandmother-in-law’s passing sparked his mission to lead an impactful versus an important life. “Mary was certainly not a wealthy woman,” explained Moody. “But seeing that packed church, I realized that she had, in reality, touched more people in her life than I ever could no matter how wealthy or important I became. It profoundly changed me.”
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