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Throughout history, exploration and discovery have earned fortunes. We tend to remember the big ones (the gold rush, the oil boom), and they are the ones that have shaped history.

In the same way, one’s personal history can be shaped by a willingness to explore and discover. You don’t have to cross continents, nor even leave your own back yard. Everything around you and within you has the potential to reveal new secrets, all it takes is a willingness to explore.

It’s an enriching state of mind.


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