Growin pains - stockholm staal

Hans Christian Andersen was aware of this paradox in his short story Little Claus and Big Claus : Little Claus with only one horse survives perfectly well by help of keen intelligence and a tremendous readiness for change, while Big Claus with his four horses dies because of his greed and conformity. It probably won’t go as wrong for our large companies, but when they suddenly find themselves standing on burning platforms, I am sure they can identify themselves a bit with Big Claus. He jumped into the sack himself together with a stone, and he himself asked for the sack to be cord up and pushed into the creek. Andersen lets the greedy Big Claus suffer the drowning dead in his chase for wealth.

Based on a famous Thai erotic novel, the film tells the story of Jan, a boy who grows up in a house lorded over by his sadistic and debauched father,…

Still, we are the land of the 'safety junkies', as described by the Swedish psychiatrist  David Eberhard . It pains me to write that Swedes are afraid of failure, but we are. Like it or not, successful ventures are not built in the lab; they evolve through repeated market testing. In that evolution, failure is natural and weeds out bad ideas. Failure should welcome feedback. 

Growin Pains - Stockholm Staal