Too much competition can take bread from many


The competition is said to drive development. But if competition deprives others of economic opportunities to develop their operations and purchasing power, it will not drive development and prosperity at the global, national and global levels. Capital is becoming scarcer and capital is in the hands of its owners, not of the skilled, nor of the citizens who are in need. Likewise, the environment can be damaged, social problems increase, and unrest in the world increases. In the end, even those who have succeeded in gaining wealth will go bankrupt.

So, something new and better should be created that does not take the livelihood of others, but actually creates new jobs. The balance between jobs and the economy should be positive, not ‘plus minus zero’. When creating a new one saves and improves the environment, health, saves and increases financial resources and time, it is productive. Promoting that all the people in the world can afford even the most basic needs would make a decisive contribution to world prosperity. Wars and competition for the riches of nature should come to an end. All measures should be thought of for the common good of all mankind, not selfishly for the better. This way, entrepreneurs have enough buying customers, and overheating competition does not waste resources already acquired and naturally occurring in bankruptcies.

Excessive competition can destroy the environment and, in the long run, deprive every one of their living opportunities. The competition must be healthy, in that every good thing succeeds, and every kind of evil has to go away. Winning competition that removes the unhealthy from the world and brings really good is welcome.

The company’s strategy must be ethical, national, global, and not selfish. Where we are strong, where we can develop our strengths, how we can also benefit the interests of other entrepreneurs and customers. When we support start-up entrepreneurs, they get the resources and the opportunity to try their skills, their resources, and they can come up with something new and different. It takes healthy development forward. Companies that have already gained a strong foothold may find themselves in the wrong business practices that do not take everyone’s interests into account. If the start-up company is not healthy, it does not need to prosper before it becomes healthy. However, reorganization also needs resources. Strategies and companies, politics and individuals alike have research and development. There is a need to find more good ways to improve the strategy and to improve on the former, and to find out about the repercussions on the well-being of the entire world.

Everyone should be committed to a good strategy. It is about sustainable development and healthy competition. We can develop strategies both collaboratively and independently, influenced by others and, on the other hand, untraceable and using our own gifts for the common good. Strategies must be tested in practice and bad strategies tried to predict that there will be no error solutions.

Veikko J. Pyhtilä, 15 April 2016