There’s maps for everything these days. An accepted way things are done. Enough people have gone before that there are big clear signs for everyone that follows – do things this way, expect these results, this is what success looks like. It’s not frequent that you see someone ignoring those signs, and even less that you have a chance to ignore them yourself. But think about the early adventurers, the ones in the history books. The ones who counted the seas and discovered never before seen lands. These were not people following maps, these were people discarding the existing maps and going out on their own to see what they might find – betting that the expectations everyone had could be challenged, destroyed. Joi talks about “compasses over maps” as a guide. Being able to change direction is key, and find it again even more so. Maps lock you into expectation of outcome. Finding something new is the magic.