The life we live is directed in a strict and set scientific order. Once it’s activated and goes into motion, it’s generally out of our hands to control it’s actions moving forward. These natural laws applies to our life, along with anything else that advances, such as a business entity.
One such order is gravity. This is when bodies of mass propels forward, constantly gravitating towards or apart from each other.
What physics, general relativity states is mass has the ability to curve space and time, which causes the gravitational pull or push.
These bodies of objects which has mass contains weight, which attracts to each other if they’re thrust towards one other.
The Gravitational Effect In Business
What you may be wondering is how this basic law of physics applies to the business world. The fact remains we witness this on a daily basis, and don’t realize it.
This is the same concept, which applies and is present in the majority of social interactions between you and the individuals you see everyday.
Often, larger businesses will buy out smaller similar businesses. They do so because these new startups can serve a function for them.
Another reason is they might eventually become a direct competitor to them once they grow larger, which poses a potential danger to them.
The end game for some startups is they’ll purposely create and tailor their businesses, in the hopes of being bought out by a bigger company.
The Push Pull And Force Of Business
These larger companies can at times become aggressive and attempt to force these smaller businesses out of business, often intentionally.
They usually have the manpower and resources to lower their prices, realize smaller profits, to squeeze out such competition.
The smaller businesses are then left with a few options: adapt, sell out, or go out of business.
Usually, the best solution for them is to gravitate towards the bigger businesses and surrender.
There are ways however of ridding of these issues, by creating their own gravity.
The Law Of Physics Applied To Mass
In the physical world, what you can theoretically do is compress a large body of mass and then compress it into a smaller space.
The law of physics refers to this as singularity.
It can be similar to taking the mass size of a basketball, and then attempt to compress it into the size of a golf ball.
By doing so, what you’re doing is curving space and time in an indescribable way.
Another way is accelerating a body of mass at extremely high speeds, as relativistic mass will increase with speed.
The forces which are experienced by objects undergoes constant acceleration, which becomes indistinguishable from those who are in the gravitational field.
For instance, when you’re in an elevator and going up, what you’ll begin to feel is heavier.
The reason for this is because what you feel is the effects of the force of gravity, along with the effects of upwards acceleration.
Once you accelerate a large mass close to the speed of light, what you create is a strong gravitational field.
What this requires is extreme energy as the mass increases along with the increase in speed, and then you’ll require yet more energy to accelerate it.
The Same Law Of Physics As Applied To Business
You can apply this same law of physics to business based on this analogy.
What you need is to begin accelerating, always be in motion, even if you’re not sure how you’re going to reach your goal.
To get there, to accomplish your goal, what you’ll need to do is constantly be moving forward.
Taking action makes all the difference, as you can always correct the direction of your efforts if you need to.
To go past or rid of the competition, the ideal product or service needs to be unique. This new “thing,” this new invention needs to be in demand, affordable, and be useful.
The better it is, the larger its mass, the heavier it is. It should then be able to generate more profits for you, which ultimately makes you more money.
Developing And Accelerating Mass
Once you’ve developed this large “mass” object, you’ll need to accelerate it, usually as a new startup.
You’ll need to place this product on the marketplace, and need to apply massive energy at the beginning to push it in motion.
You can accelerate your profits, by announcing your new ground breaking innovation to the world.
This begins by announcing your product or service to a vast amount of media and people. Doing so might take some time however.
By the time a larger business begins to notice you, you’ve hopefully made money by then.
Once your competition finds out about your product or service that’s profitable, they’ll then be attracted to you.
What they’ll try to do is steal it, imitate it, make it cheaper or design around it.
Hopefully by that time, whatever they do and however you choose to counteract won’t matter that much, as you’re already in profit.
It All Comes Down To Timing
Timing becomes everything. If you’re first in marketing a profitable product and know what you’re doing, there’s no way you can lose out. You’ll arrive before big business will.
The time will come when you can sell the entire product or business to your competitors if you choose to, then repeat or retire off into the sunset.
You can also break it up in smaller pieces, and sell parts of it while receiving royalties.
Regardless of what happens, the heavy lifting is done, as you have succeeded. You’ve profited and made some money.
You’re now happily enjoying life, or you can come up with another great new idea and repeat the startup process again.