Monday, October 8, 2018

“[I] discovered a great many islands inhabited by people without number… I have not found any monstrous men in these islands, as many had thought.”
– Christopher Columbus to Luis de Sant Angel (1493) –

Medieval Europeans believed that distant lands were populated with monsters. And even though Columbus didn’t discover any, the belief that monsters lurk at the edge of the world lingers still to this day.

There are people within your organization who believe in monsters and one of your jobs is to redraw the map of the known world – because the excuse “Here Be Monsters” isn’t a legitimate excuse to avoid going farther. Click here to read more about monsters at the edge of the world and have a great week!