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Compulsive Hackers

Compulsive hackers are individuals who are driven by an addiction to hack institutions. They are Smart Alecks who cannot accept that institutional objectives have to prevail over personal goals.

Smart Alecks cannot add value. Maximal Strategies demand adding value to the environment to go beyond the existing boundaries of a business.

Smart Alecks are advantage takers that have an amoral behavior in order to profit from the environment.

This kind of behavior is the natural response of stagnant survivors when managing businesses.

Stagnant survivors are naturally “smarties” in order to live from the environment.

They are driven by anti-intelligence and anti-intuition having no ethical rules in their behavior.

They need to degrade the environment in order to justify their appropriation.

When they have a high IQ, they become extremely dangerous because their critics are very smart, fallacious and well disguised.

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Peter Belohlavek

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