One of the problems with seeing the whole world as a mountain to climb—or sea to sail, or quest to pursue—is that there is never any one thing, no matter how important, that can hold an Explorer’s attention for long.

This means that relationships can suffer if they are perceived as some kind of restrictive burden, just as projects that require perseverance can go unfinished.

Explorers have a hard time appreciating what they have already accomplished because they always feel there is more to do.

This compulsion may cause them to leave tasks in their present reality, unfinished.

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