I do believe we are up to the challenge. I have been looking for a successful exit strategy for some time. Singapore ironically enough has been on my list of countries I would like to head to once I finally make the move to exit the country and all her rules and regulations. The system is broken, we focus on the minority and crush the majority in the wake of equality and paying our fair shares. Honestly the only reason I am still stateside is this urge to pay off my debts before I peace out. Exit really is a strategy that can be used to change a market.
Look at Microsoft and the XBONE. They implemented a ton of “features” that people did not want, that were a hindrance to normal gamers. People cried foul and overwhelmingly said they would opt for a PS4 over an XBONE, so Microsoft changed many of the features people did not like.
This is no different for businesses leaving states that enacted stronger gun controls for more friendlier territories.
You as individuals have the same chance, to head to states and countries that exercise beliefs you hold, that believe in freedoms and protections you value.
From bootlegging to working off the books, we’ve done it many times before, and it’s getting ever-easier to exit the system.
J.D. Tuccille writes: Balaji Srinivasan, a Stanford Universty instructor and genomics entrepreneur, recently offered some radically individualistic advice to aspiring tech innovators. Speaking at at this year’s Startup School, sponsored by tech “seed accelerator” Y Combinator, he warned members of the audience that, despite (or maybe, because of) the liberating and enriching qualities of technology in people’s lives, the tech industry faces a backlash from old-line power centers. In response, he said, technological innovators should publicly state their case, but also be prepared to exploit a market opportunity to help people escape government control, no matter the law. Their innovations, he suggested, should allows fans of the old order to “enjoy” the rules and structures to which they’re attached, but offer the rest of us…
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