Human beings have always been discovering. We’ve discovered cures for illnesses. We’ve discovered new cultures, languages, and galaxies. We’ve also discovered new forms of transportation, new underground cities, and new ways to better understand one another. And just when we think we have discovered everything there is to discover, we quickly learn that there is so much more work to be done. So, this week, we want you to DECIDE TO DISCOVER. Every great discovery began with a decision—an intentional choice to learn or find something beyond our current understanding. Those decisions meant everything and stood in stark contrast to the common belief that we have experienced all there is to experience in life. Be honest, have you sometimes suffered from the “Know-it-all” Syndrome? Sometimes age has a way of bringing that out of us. Well, we hate to break the news, but no one knows it all. There is so much to discover when we understand how much we don’t know we don’t know. Yes, we don’t know what we don’t know, and our curiosity and decision to discover can uncover all of it. So get excited about the new possibilities. Deciding to discover matters.