There are moments in your life that are seared into your memory. This usually happens because they either fundamentally change how you think about or tie together fragmented ideas you hold about the world around you. The underlying rules and patterns of existence. For me one of those moments was the introduction of the paradigm shift concept. The first time I ever heard the phrase paradigm shift was, ironically, in a literature class. Here we were introduced to Kuhn’s Structure of Scientific Revolutions, the Kuhn Cycle, and the concept of paradigm shifts.