This article focuses on the need for rebellion in social entrepreneurship. The author is careful to clarify that “entrepreneurial rebellion should be done only when something about the current process or outcome needs to be improved.” The article also mentions that an entrepreneur can be rebellious while still working well with others, which includes: 1. Meaningful collaboration; 2. The ability to share failures; and 3. A network of support. I thought it was an interesting article that forced me to think of “rebellion” as not just a negative term, but also a positive that can be helpful in business.