The system is failing, hack the system [theguardian.com]
Many social entrepreneurs have their hearts in the right place but are not going far enough to create systemic change. Others are not social entrepreneurs at all, but social opportunists who \”social-good wash\” a market opportunity and profit from it. Neither are creating the structural changes to our society and economy that we need to survive as a species.
What we need are social entrepreneurs who hack the hell out of the current system, destroy it and create new systems where the externalities are regenerative, sustainable, just and happy. Neoliberals and Marxists both believe in \”creative destruction\”, so let\’s get to it.
So what is social hacking? It is creating enterprises that don\’t respond to the problems that our current system creates, but change the way we do things so those problems do not occur in the first place.
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