Lori, its exciting to see someone drawing their lines outside the box. I have had the desire for something similar but have failed to give myself an “A”. You however made a point that we all share in the enlightenment. We all drew lines outside our boxes and pursued a graduate program in Educational Media Design and Technology and as for me it’s my second masters. Why, when I’m so close to my second retirement? Because I guess I am thinking outside my measurement box. I don’t want to be measured by the standard, I want to set it! I didn’t think I could get more motivated than I already am from this program but the Zanders’ book gives me a fresh way to see what I’ve always known and even included in my own philosophy. Case in point, I have a saying that for every problem there is one or more solutions you just need to find them. On page 27 of his book, Zander puts it a little more elaborately, “Every problem, every, dilemma, every dead end we find ourselves facing in life, only appears unsolvable inside a particular frame or point of view. Enlarge the box, or create another frame around the data, and the problems vanish, while new opportunities appear.” Good luck with One Life Learning!