Sheila and I were off the coast of British Columbia last week. We were in a little boat looking for Humpback Whales. Mid-voyage I longed for more details. I wanted to know precisely where we were and exactly where we were going.
I needed more information. I trusted our captain, but I wanted to know how we were planning to make the trip: which route to take, the course we'd chart and the important way-points we'd navigate to maximize the journey ahead.
So when we made dock at the little fishing village of Shear Water, I went ashore to buy a set of my own navigational charts.
I wanted to know where our boat was going and how we intended to get there.
Question: Would it help you to know where GCC is going and how we intend to get there?
Great adventures lie ahead. Do you want to share the journey?
Join me for the Discovering GCC class I'm teaching on September 24th at 5:30 PM. We'll lay a course for the days ahead and you'll know what you need to know to decide if you want to stay in the boat....or go another way.
Three things amaze me,
no, four things I’ll never understand—
how an eagle flies so high in the sky,
how a snake glides over a rock,
how a ship navigates the ocean,
why adolescents act the way they do.