The desire to impress others is a problem and can be ugly because it's a desire to do something that I don't have the power to do. I can't make anyone be impressed or unimpressed. I can't make anyone do or feel anything. I can perform right action, which is my responsibility. Right action is constructive expression of my experience in the moment. Right action does not involve trying to control outcome. Right action is love. Work is action, and work that is the right action is love made visible. When I trust my truth and put it into right action without being goal directed and without trying to control outcome, I am trusting the process and I am loving and my love is made visible. I can give up trying to control outcome without giving up right action, and knowing that helps me avoid attachment to outcome without giving up work.