Wednesday, June 1, 2016

On habits and disruption

Are habit-formulation and disruption mutually exclusive? I read a lot about how successful people (Pending: Definition of "success") attribute much of their success to well-formulated habits; things they do day in, day out that are fixed in a schedule bound by time. Yet, I also read about unconventional activities that lead to changes in the way our world works that were previously unprecedented.

So, in a world where "habit" implies consistency and "disruption" breaks it, what's a 3-year old to choose?