The words keep changing. They get institutionalized. They start to carry more meaning than they initially started off with. Like the word ‘entrepreneur’.
Used to mean, “people who shift resources from areas of low productivity to areas of higher productivity”.
People who effectively managed efficiency.
Now it means anyone who is self-employed. Anyone who owns a business.
The words keep changing. But there still are people who genuinely do shift resources, who genuinely do utilize the 20 percent of work for 80 percent of the result.
There are still the ‘old-school entrepreneurs’ who strive to improve the quality of their lives, and of those around them (that is the automatic result of effectively improving efficiency)
So I needed a new term. A new word.