You go to work, and you do what you’re told. Isn’t that what most of us do? Take, for instance, a building surveyor. They assume their primary duty is to look for defects in the design or construction of a building. But if a surveyor goes into a building with this narrow vision, things can get missed, and data can go unreported. What would happen if they kept their eyes wide open and expanded their vision? Things other than defects can and will inform a complete assessment. But those peripheral findings are not necessarily a part of the surveyor’s job duties, so those other things go undiscovered.