Forbes: Today’s Leaders Must Learn To Thrive In Disequilibrium

Many self-help programs try to help you achieve a state of equilibrium. You can align your chakra. You can balance your chi. You can even achieve inner peace. But what does all this equilibrium do for your business?

Businesses that try to achieve equilibrium have become our modern dinosaurs. Technology and customer preferences are evolving so rapidly that the only means to success is constant adaptation. By adopting a policy of disequilibrium, businesses can thrive by embracing this flux.

In this article , Chris Cancialosi discusses the importance of disequilibrium and how it can benefit your business’s ability to grow and adapt.