I'm sorry I didn't think of it before I wrote my essays!
Well, the important thing is that you can apply this principle throughout your life. I notice it in a lot of business literature. For example, Jim Collins introduced the idea of going from "Good to Great," in his 2004 book, and that concept caught on. But good to great is not the only concept you'll find in the book. If you look at Good to Great by Collins, you'll see terms like the "hedgehog concept" the "flywheel effect" and "helicopter perception."
Other writers may expound the same principles,but the most successful person is the one who makes up a new word! :-)
That makes me think of John 1: 1 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." Make up a word, and you are performing real magic, creation magic. :-)
Sometimes I make up a new word in order to win an argument, too. It is good for making people pay attention.
The "Socratic method" is teaching through the use of questions, and it gets the listener to actually think, actively, about what you are saying. Making up a new term does something similar.