You don’t always need to know where you’re going. Sometimes it’s better if you don’t.
You don’t need a map with a finite final destination. Sometimes a compass to guide you is more than enough.
You shouldn’t always surround yourself with people you’re comfortable with. Sometimes the best company can be found in a complete stranger.
We walk through life doing what we think is right. What we think is best. What we think we’re supposed to.
But more time should be spent exploring. More time should be spent tapping into our curiosity. More time should be spent getting totally and completely lost in ourselves, our ideas, and our dreams.
Walk down a street you’ve never been down. You may be surprised at what you see.
Strike up a conversation with a stranger sitting next to you. You may be surprised at what you learn.
Because the best things we create – for ourselves – and for the world – rarely are forged from a carefully articulated plan. Rather, our best ideas – our greatest impact – is often grounded in curiosity.
Ask. Learn. Try. Create. Do. Wonder. Wander.