“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” —Maya Angelou
As a part of our human condition, we measure ourselves by a different set of rules. One of those rules is that we are convinced that people view us and judge us differently than we do them.
One thing I have learned is that almost without exception people make judgments about you based on how you make them feel, not on what you do or on how much you impress them.
We spend a lot of time plotting our exact actions around others, especially those of which we care their opinion, but the exact actions are often irrelevant. The feeling someone derives from the encounter hold all relevance.
So, let go of your worry about how someone might have perceived you and, show up full of love and without fear. That is what people will remember about you anyways.