Today, an entire generation of companies, founders and employees, acting on their lived experience of neoliberalism’s practical failures, is in a good position to question the whole game. For one thing, neoliberalism is simply not inspiring enough to keep people at the grindstone every day. For another, we have too much evidence — in the form of inequality statistics, sluggish growth, and chronic social problems — that it simply doesn’t deliver on its promises.
The Idea That’s Killing Mission-Driven Companies
Scott Rosenberg

This. The system’s failure to inspire is painfully felt day in and day out by anyone with a heart that hasn’t been atrophied by time.

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