This quote, found within Kenneth Mikkelsen’s and Richard Martin’s The Neo-Generalist, caught my attention:

To be a randonneur, then, is to be a wanderer. Someone on a journey, but in a somewhat random way. The wanderer does not know his course, but discovers it. The path discovers him, as much as he it.

— Matt Seaton, The Wanderer

While traveling, the most memorable experiences have occurred when have I set off in a direction without a particular path in mind. I try to approach everyday interactions, whether routine or new, this way as well. This has enabled me to approach people and problems with a fresh perspective every time.

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