They did not know it was impossible so they did it
— Mark Twain
seems to be a barrier to innovation.
Status-quo is cultural protectionism
The status-quo creates artificial scarcity.
Because it promotes the lack of initiative
It supports business as usual.
The status-quo is opposed to disruption, to change, to innovation.
It is opposed to improvement.
It is the systemic manifestation of the resistance.
It is the bystander effect of our collective intellectual accident.
The status-quo is a social agreement where we agree to live with some specific problem and to not fix them.
Artificial scarcity generated by the lack of action is benefiting somebody.
Status-quo is not about things remaining the same.
It is things remaining the same when we have problems we don’t want to fix.
Status-quo into the culture
Creating a culture of conformism
Turning innovation into the realm of a few,
so nobody even question the existence of alternative options.
When we agree with the status quo, we agree to die.
Some people die at 25 and aren’t buried until 75.
— Benjamin Franklin
Daily, to push to improve.
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