Coincidence can lead to opportunity

1 Feb 2016

Psychiatrist Carl Jung coined the term “synchronicity” to describe coincidences that appear to be related but that don't have a direct causal link. He advised we should pay attention to such meaningful coincidences.


In business, an endless number of significant and often related variables are constantly at play. But it's easy to miss out on opportunities if you're not paying strict attention and asking the right questions. YCDC's Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) program uses Synchronist Software to identify the services businesses need and the community's ability to meet those needs.

BRE meetings take about an hour. They address community strengths and weaknesses as well as products, employment data, business trends, and more. Find out more today:

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