But what about the system? How can I have an impact on such things? I guess that is a crux question for us in this generation. Strauss and Howe call us Nomads, because of our lone wolf capacity to survive and thrive in harsh environments (current workplaces) is astounding. Our resilience is well documented.
But our systems need more than creative work-arounds and personal resilience. We need practical systemic interventions to improve the state of the state. I fear our skills are called upon in ways that we have yet to demonstrate.
Large scale systemic change. For the benefit of our children and the institutions that serve them. The institutions they will inherit!
What do you think?