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What systems will you change?
Take a moment to apply what you've learned so far by answering a few reflection questions below.

You probably came to this because you wanted to change a system….what is that system, organization, or agency? Think about a problem you’re interested in addressing.

What are the top three most common stories that get told about the problem/the people in your system that you’ve identified? Regardless of whether you agree or not.

Think back to those stories. What assumptions is your system making about people? What do these say about how you perceive people in your world?

What stories should be told instead? What mental models/assumptions would need to be in place instead?

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The system is rigged, and the solution isn’t just to create more programs for people harmed by these unfair systems. The solution is to reimagine these systems to make our country fairer and more equitable for everyone — which means ensuring that the places where we work, live, play and pray tap into people’s drive for wellbeing, instead of undermining wellbeing for some and enabling it for others.

That’s what we do.