Making room for new opportunities

making room for new opportunities

Creative destruction is a concept that was first introduced by the Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter in the 1940s. It refers to the process of innovation and change that leads to the replacement of old products and technologies with new ones. This process is essential for economic growth, but it can also be disruptive and destructive. Over time, creative destruction leads … Read More

Connecting ideas

Sticking with it

It is often necessary to connect disparate ideas. For example, an engineer might need to connect concepts from physics and mathematics in order to design a new type of bridge. A writer might need to connect seemingly unrelated ideas in order to create a new piece of fiction. And a politician might need to connect different groups of people in … Read More

Growth that can’t be forced

growth that can't be forced

There’s something special about organic growth. Whether it’s a plant slowly reaching for the sun or a business steadily expanding its customer base, organic growth is a process that can’t be forced. It takes time, patience, and a whole lot of hard work. But the rewards are more than worth the effort. When something grows organically, it has a solid … Read More