The Art of Destruction: How Shiva Can Teach You to Grow

Who knew that destruction could be an art form?
Well, according to Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction, it is. And we’re not talking about smashing things with a sledgehammer. We’re talking about selectively abandoning the past, like when you finally decide to let go of those acid-washed jeans from the 80s.

But it’s not just about fashion choices. It’s about being willing to let go of non-functional relationships and ideas that are holding you back. For example, that friend who always drags you down with their negativity? Time to give them the old heave-ho.

And when it comes to business, sometimes you have to make the tough call and let go of employees or products that are no longer serving you. It’s like getting rid of that old fax machine that’s been gathering dust in the corner of your office. Sure, it served a purpose once, but now it’s just taking up space.

But let’s not forget the most important part of Shiva’s approach to growth: being prepared to suffer the pain of change. Just like when you finally admit that your favourite band from high school isn’t actually that good and move on to better music.

In the end, Shiva teaches us that destruction can actually be a beautiful thing.
It’s not about mindlessly tearing things apart, but about letting go of what no longer serves us so we can evolve into something better.
So go forth and embrace the art of destruction!

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Hemant Mishrra
About the author: Hemant is the Founder & CEO of branding and marketing firm ”Neeti Brand Accelerator” in Mumbai. He is a brand strategist and has worked with more than 150 brands during last two decades. He is also mentor and coach to SMEs and startups. You can contact him at

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