The term alchemy means medieval chemistry; the supposed science of transmutation of base metals into silver or gold (involving also the quest for the universal solvent, quintessence, etc.), mid-14c., from Old French alchimie (14c.), alquemie (13c.), from Medieval Latin alkimia, from Arabic al-kimiya, from Greek khemeioa (found c.300 C.E. in a decree of Diocletian against "the old writings of the Egyptians"), all meaning "alchemy," and of uncertain origin.
Alchemy can create magic in business. Business loves logic and a single correct answer. No subjectivity. Only objectivity allowed. Magic and creativity can be killed off by using straight logic. Now is the time to use alchemy in business.
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