Hack for Big Choices is designed to help citizens to collaborate to take greater responsibility, inviting them to be more proactive in using their skills, experiences, and talents to solve those issues that affect their community and country.
We want to maximize the potential of every single citizen because we believe that locals have a deep understanding of their communities’ problems and the great potential to solve them, but many don’t feel they can make a difference.
Collaborating in small groups with no bureaucracy, little to lose, deep understanding of their locals problems, and a passion to prove themselves, can consistently outperform larger organizations when it comes to innovation.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”- Margaret Mead
There are, as it turns out, pretty good reasons for this. Large or even medium-sized groups—corporations, movements, whatever— aren’t built to be nimble; nor are they willing to take large risks. Such organizations are designed to make steady progress and have consid