In our utopist vision, we see a world where humankind has achieved a lifestyle where work has been redefined:
People use and develop their creative skills to contribute to jobs that are responsible to increase the standard of living (mental & physical health, social dynamics, environmental sustainability, etc).
No repetitive work is required, which means farmers don’t need to go on the fields, office workers don’t need to update Excel sheets, people don’t need to shop for groceries, and don’t need to worry about having a home that has it all to cover a high-quality lifestyle.
Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, for those who are skeptical, know that we are too. However, we think that humankind is on the edge of making it or breaking it. There are a thousand reasons why this future might not happen, but we would hate ourselves to be the people on the sideline only pointing fingers. Rather we embrace the challenges and believe that it is our duty to take action and be part of the tribes that are brave and bold. Those who have the chance to turn things around, and have a real shot at making this vision possible.
Also, 250 years can look too short, but think about where we were in the 1770s.