Progress doesn’t occur by commanding and controlling. It is an emergent phenomenon.
We are supporting the use of force to compel productivity when we believe that “problem-solving” political leaders drive progress. Human energy is exhausted when it is compelled. Those who are capable of creating value for others are prevented from doing so.
Every day, ordinary citizens and entrepreneurs pursue opportunities. No one controls the myriad decentralized decisions and actions that, along the way, solve problems. We don’t need “problem solvers” to tell us the “winning plan.” We need planners and “problem solvers” to stay out of our way.
domingo, novembro 22, 2015
No Such Thing as a Political Problem Solver
There’s No Such Thing as a Political Problem Solver: