Why disruption is necessary

I routinely switch browsers- this way, it exposes me to different ways of achieving my end goals of efficiency and scalability. I briefly made a switch to Firefox; however, it was an exercise in futility. It required several workarounds to make it functional in the way, I was used to. I scurried back to Vivaldi but wiser and learned several new things to automate my workflows.

Whether in research or in personal digital workflows, disruption helps you to break the mould and give you fresh perspectives. I have also grown more mature to welcome new ideas- howsoever “hair-brained” it may be. Because new ideas challenge your thoughts/perceived notions.


Allow disruption. It would be good for your personal growth!