What does it need for improvement?

I am using the word “wont” in this sentence, meaning “a usual habit or way of behaving,” as defined by Merriam-Webster.

A different example is “she paced about the room, as she is wont to do whenever she is agitated.”

It’s a great Middle English word. I just love words!

Wait, I’m now looking at the sentence differently. Do you mean maybe it should be “My business has evolved, as businesses are wont to do, in the last two years…”? Is that a more correct phrasing?

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