Economic Disruption is the Mother of Invention

Written by Peter W. Wright


October 28, 2008
By Peter W. Wright
Most traditional news media is now devoted to the advancement of worldwide Marxism. Little, if any, light has been shone on Barack Obama's weaknesses and much has been made of inconsequential aspects of his opponents. Now traditional media is trumpeting fear, uncertainty, and doubt associated with the financial crisis.

Contrary to what we are being told, the financial crisis is in fact a good thing. Dr. Ralph Katz of MIT-Sloan teaches that innovation can be fostered by moving people from a state of stabilization to a new state that requires them to adjust or to be re-socialized. In effect, this requires moving people out of their comfort zones. An example of this is a corporate shake-up. People who are good at what they are doing are re-assigned to new jobs, or the process is restructured and people are required to do things a new way. Once the adjustment is made, people tend to become innovative for some time, usually a couple of years until they become stabilized again. At that point, people tend to cease innovation and protect their processes and the gains they have made.

The financial crisis is an environmental situation forcing people out of their comfort zones. People are looking at new ways of doing things. Everyone will benefit from the innovation that will occur. At the same time, we will all benefit from the purging of parasites and greedy amongst the trading class.

Meanwhile opportunities abound for those of us involved in creativity and production. Do not let the traditional media tell you otherwise in their pursuit of global domination and the subjugation of the creative class.
Peter W. Wright is an editor for RightSideNews.com . Mr. Wright is also an entrepreneur and perennial student with a growing business in science and technology. Mr. Wright is co-founder and a Sleuth of the Realm of The Clue Society, an innovative philanthropic organization dedicated to the betterment of mankind.

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