From where we sit in our offices in Anchorage, we can see for miles.
Through the wraparound windows on the 11th floor, we can see past the city limits to the wild, jagged, white Chugach mountains beyond.
We’re reminded, daily, of where civilization ends and nature begins, of what it means to live quite literally on the border of the wild and unpredictable.
We know that we can control and predict things up to a point - but after that, no one can be quite sure of what will happen. Anyone who tells you otherwise is foolish, or lying.
Life is an adventure, a fulfilling journey that's wild and unpredictable in the most brilliant and memorable of ways.
You can't control all or even most of it. That doesn't mean good decisions aren't worth making, or effective. In fact, it means they're more important than you think.