Well, as this virus lingers the stress level begins to kick in and the whole population transforms to meme entities. It's time when the going gets tough, survivors stand out. But we can all survive by helping out and maybe not too critical or political. It's conscious awareness of our human surrounds and making connections that we are all in this together.

Conscious investment is being aware of adverse effects on health, wellbeing and the environment. Investment therefore may have a precondition effect on production, a form of natural development. But really, if conscious investment is returning low rates than hot commodities, then I guess there's a slowdown in development. It may require regulations to impose a top down approach.

A top down approach is usually unpopular and the desired outcome may be achieved at the expense of losing consumers and a decline in investments to reflect a loss.

This is a psychosocial trouble with consumer behaviour. Consumers are addicted to certain products in satisfying their desires. But over indulgence gives rise to mental and physical health issues.

So when the policy aims to target this abnormal development, investors look elsewhere against their conscious reminders of the effects it's having on health, welfare and the environment. They too are psychologically depended on a good return.

And there we go, while the government is doing what's considered a good intervention in the interest of health, wellbeing and the environment, it is judged by the low rate and loss of profit. The write up about this stuff is usually critical of the government but in favour of the private sector among financial corporations. And that proves the point, business prioritises profit over human ironically to the approval of addicts.

Restructure is a method of organising the way business operates for the purpose of making a profit. That's when the company is either not making enough profit to cover costs, or when the business owner gets a bit greedy like there's potential to make more money.

There are ways of achieving this task that we are familiar with such as redundancy or downgrading its operation and moving to a different area. However it does not consider the consequences on individual workers, their families and communities. The exercise itself is called economic restructure so it is a material system designed to prioritise profit over workers and their families.

In the social approach, restructure is putting measures in place not only to curb consumer behaviour from feeding their addictive desires, but in turn influence developers to redesign and reprogram their products to serve a social and common purpose.

So the exercise is not a restructure but a transformation. I have opted for transformation as development resulting with changes in the stability of business and support for workers among consumers and their families. The policy is aimed to correct an abnormality in the system.

Now, currently under technological production, consumers are addicted to the product of their desires. When all the commercial promotions and fabrications pump up the dopamine, it's all psychological. The consumer is not informed, he/she is possessed and buying under duress. You see, when addiction is addressed, the flow of resources is distributed evenly or equitably to reach areas where it's mostly needed.

We know that these technological corporations target consumers for the behaviour. Tech products pollute the environment twice. Rare parts are made from mining earth and when its novelty wears off the product is dumped in the rubbish pile.

Economic Transformation therefore looks at the process of the correlation from the business to the product and its effects on the worker and consumers alike; their families, their community and the environment.

Thus Economic Transformation is the source of moving individuals, their family and community from a static position of psychological dependency along with escalating problems to health and wellbeing. You can't do Economic Transformation under a material capitalist system that prioritises profits over the people.

The material capitalist restructure may relocate the business to target profit but an Economic Transformation moves the market from subjective habits and psychological dependence to social objectives. That's reaffirming the market in the community rather than in the realm of the individual. And developments are sure to stabilise the organisation of the economy and in turn communities.

As a major undertaking, it may take a wee while to establish; to allow the consumer to adapt to a new behaviour as well as naturally reforming investors of the stock market. So when the consumer changes his/her behaviour, the investor follows.

This abnormality is inevitable as the young generation who are aware of the social consequences of Climate Change or health and the environment. At the same time, ethical investment is already established.

The market is certain to experience temporary slowdown while social transitions are under development. But with the fresh awareness that investments target not only the health and wellbeing of the worker, the community and the environment, it's a united effort for stability.

And perhaps the greatest achievement is addressing addiction, inequalities /equities, health and wellbeing. The economy no longer depends on sick people or addictive behaviour to sustain demands. Instead it deals with objective outcomes that don't result with a whole lot of social escalations.

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