What do you do when plan A fails? In a fascinating comparison to Lewis and Clark’s expedition, Tod Bolsinger, author of Canoeing the Mountains and vice president and chief of leadership formation at Fuller Theological Seminary, depicts leadership as an unpredictable journey that takes you off the map into uncharted territories. As a leader, you have the choice to fail fast, adapt to a new path, or give up.
Paul Matsushima is the operations manager for Fuller’s De Pree Center for Leadership. He is the author of Thank You Very Mochi, a children’s book about preserving family culture and traditions, and writes for Inheritance Magazine. Paul holds a Master of Theology from Fuller.
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