Doing things differently is not enough. Evolution happens in a probabilistic manner: it’s not about whether we can do things differently this time, but about whether we can become versatile enough so that we can choose to do things differently most of the time.
The former is not sustainable; the latter is.
The former is a clever Skinnerian reactive adaptation; the latter is a probabilistic Darwinian selection where the ones with more capable genes survive and thrive.
Transformation is not just about transforming, but more about becoming transformable.
Design is not just about designing, but more about establishing a habit of designerly ways of thinking, doing, and being.
Politics is not just about taking sides and choosing ideals, but more about becoming political by proactive participation.