As a seasoned traveler, I have collected a sizable box of maps. I’m talking about the kind of maps you can physically hold, draw on, and fold up without a zoom option or satellite. Maps are a historical log of my experiences. They participate in every step of the adventure: the planning, the action, and the reflection. When there is not an obvious route, however, I sometimes bushwhack and put my faith in a less-sure navigation system. And just like any wanderlusting, adventurous, or entrepreneurial person knows, meaningful life elements are often the best signposts for those trail deviations. For me, art and adventure act as the North and South poles in my life to keep me balanced and on course.