“healthcare, education, homelessness and poverty, food waste, climate change”
James A Sutherland

To be fair, that was an non-exhaustive list. I wasn’t trying to say that a single business needs to solve all the problems in a certain problem space, but that making improvements where there are real problems is worth attempting. I agree with you about the gridlock of government and its systemic issues. People need to make solutions that subvert or completely sidestep the bureaucracy that nobody wants to get mixed up on. Depending on a failing system is building upon a faulty foundation.

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