Creative Destruction within yourself: an Economic approach to mental breakdowns

Every economist knows (or should know ಠ_ಠ) the meaning of these two words: creative destruction, a very interesting concept first coined by Joseph Schumpeter back in 1942. “Creative destruction” describes the way all the processes and old methods of production “get dismantled” and replaced with newer, more efficient ones. Back in Schumpeter’s days, it was quite easy to notice progress and there was a lot of room for improvement in many fields (sure, we still have so much to learn, but we’ve come a long way since then!). Continue reading “Creative Destruction within yourself: an Economic approach to mental breakdowns”