“The most dangerous issue to navigate is not army checkpoints, the ravages of nature, or corporate ex-communication, but success. Media exposure and professional recognition anchor a person to a topic and a moment in time. It is a gilded cage of speaking appearances, easy-to-come-by commissions, and even easier deliverables. The risk of public success is fourfold: success blunts curiosity; the spotlight narrows from the team to the individual; it distorts relationships; and it raises their profile to the point where being a celebrity, in the loosest sense of the word, gets in the way of running successful projects. In an interconnected world, anonymity affords the absolute freedom to explore the future without judgment.