What this doesn’t mean, however, is that we can ignore market fundamentals. I often get questions about whether Chapel’s main goal is to make profit, or create an impact in the neighborhood. One-pocket thinking rejects this question and answers “both.” But realities beyond our control still play a huge role in deciding what projects get the green light. Banks, as I am intimately aware, will very quickly reject a project that strays too far off the well-trodden path. Same with most investors. Ross mentioned a quote by a mentor of his, Steve Case (founder of AOL), who said “Revolutions happen in evolutionary ways.” There seems to be an art to producing meaningful change - it is done step-by-step, with patience, and usually messy or imperfect. And unless you can overthrow the current system and start a new one, change must happen from within.