Jonathan Pritchard – A map is the ultimate magic trick
This was by far one of the most existential conversations we have featured on the show.
Emotional Judo is a real thing - and the dot com is taken. So no point looking.
A map is the ultimate magic trick because if you have a piece of paper in front of you, you will know what is coming round the next corner.
It can't be any map - it must be a specific map - of the place where you are.
And that is the reason to use a consultant or a coach - because they have a map of where you are and what it likely to be round the next corner.
The glass half empty or glass half full thing got a twist. Einstein?
Everything is a miracle or nothing is a miracle
I am travelling half way across the world - to a different country - and it is like riding in a bus.
How cool is that?
Or - they don't even have wifi - what suckage...
Captain Cook cropped up.
He was a British explorer and navigator who made the first contact with the east coast of Australia (apart from the people who were already there) and the first circumnavigation of New Zealand.
In three voyages, Cook sailed thousands of miles across largely uncharted areas of the globe. He mapped lands from New Zealand to Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean in greater detail and on a scale not previously achieved.
One of his maps is below.
Captain Cook map of Australia (approx 1770)
Modern map of Australia