Across the world, information and influence are being decentralised. The Systems Sceptic is opting out of existing structures to find new and progressive ways to live, as evidenced by new party politics, the push to adopt crypto salaries in Australia, and an exodus from major social platforms. Well-read and switched on to the news, they’re able to spin facts together in a way that makes their arguments – around everything from the climate to vaccines to Bitcoin – the most compelling. In doing so, they’re striving to change the rules we live by.
Facing a post-pandemic financial crisis, The Systems Sceptic is looking for new ways to hack, save, and generate financial wealth. Angered by the rising wealth of the 1% and the rising debt of ordinary people, they are looking to put their money in new, risky, or alternative pots of gold.
On the Library: Start-up lets Aussies receive their wages in Bitcoin
On the Library: Gen Y HNWIs are taking control of their finances
The pandemic highlighted the fact that the current structure of knowledge work is no longer suited to modern lives. While many people are going solo, opting for remote, or opting out of knowledge work entirely, the Systems Sceptic is challenging what it means to work today and pushing to tear down structures they feel are oppressive to both wellbeing and innovation.
On the Library: Portuguese government mandates work-life balance
On the Library: Chinese youth tired of the rat race are ‘lying down’
The pandemic shone a light on the fragility of supply chains as shelves were left bare and deliveries delayed. The Systems Sceptic is pushing for new localised, eco-friendly, and more transparent ways to meet the needs of customers.
On the Library: Supply-chain degrees attract eco-educated students
On the Library: Oatly loyalty tested due to supply-chain issues