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thanks all for your input. it sounds like we are all mainly aligned around a purpose being aspirational and the accountabilities working directly towards that. One comment is that the use of "destiny" like Jeff used it is one way of taking what could be seen as very functional and purpose driven organizational tool (the role construction) and potentially cross a boundary into a larger personal aspirational goal. It is interesting that we craft roles that serve the organization but we need to couch them in ways that enthuse and energize the partner filling them. I think that by creating space for novelty, self-expression, and "destiny" we allow space for people to own roles and humanize/personalize them in unique ways. By filling roles with the right people--this leads to a very interesting vehicle for organizational growth, change, and dynamism (which is maybe the whole point if this style of workplace organization).