Revolution eating its children: Why We Need To Stop “Disrupting”

To all the dear people who think copyright “monopoly” is the opposite of sliced bread, read this.

You too, tech journalists and populous of the copyleft echo chamber.

Rivalry doesn’t just cut your profits, it makes companies focus on defeating their competitors instead of differentiating their own brand. In an interview with The Guardian, Thiel said that great businesses caught up in disrupting other businesses is like a successful career focused on disrupting someone else’s career instead of doing something valuable on your own. “So why do people believe that competition is healthy?” he asks.

 

Why We Need To Stop “Disrupting” | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

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