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Office Space: Doing Nothing Changes Everything

Sometimes inaction is the most radical form of rebellion.

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Modern corporations demand fervent and unremitting posturing. Their culture mandates such theatrics in order to perpetuate a collective facade, and those who resist are ostracized or fired. But what if rebellion isn’t the solution? What if inaction could be just as radical and even more…

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