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What personal challenges do the EVOKE Agents face?  Are their contributions worth the sacrifices they make?  Would you do anything differently?  Discuss what happened in Episode 5 here.

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Parker, do you think that criticism can sometimes be good? Like when an idea someone has is possible, but it could do harm?

Parker Schultz said:
Anyone who wants to make a change in the world will have to face criticism. People are sometimes unnerved by social innovators. They may tell you that you can't make a change, or that you are foolish to try. Like in Episode five, the Evoke member had trouble with her family because they didn't believe in what she was doing. They expected her to be living a normal life, like them. To anyone to wants to become an Evoke member, they should be prepared to be told they can't succeed. It can be discouraging, but in the end you can prove them wrong. It's worth the sacrifice and struggle to make it to the end.

The Evoke agents sacrifice time with there family, and friends. They are torn from there wifes/husbands, and cant do anything about it. I would not do anything differently, but I would NOT print my own money. That is illegal.

The EVOKE agents face pain that cannot be seen only felt. They are seperated from there family, friends, and more. They are forced to lie to their family about what they do as well.

The Evoke agents have very limited time with their family and friends. They are also forced to keep everything to themselves, and not share it with the ones they love

Ember faces a personal triumph by being away from her daughter all the time. I think it is worth the sacrifices the team make because they change the wh*** world everyday.I wouldn't do anything differently.

The evoke agents are solving world crisis but are away from love ones and they miss them a lot.

I understand that the agents have to make personal sacrifices and risk the fact that they could be revealed at any time trying to simply work for the greater good. I would try to abide by the law a bit more, like not printing new money.

It is worth it. You have to look at things through a bigger box. It is not just about you and your family, you have to think about other people.

There are many sacrifices that the Evoke members have to make like being away from there loved ones. I would love to be home with the people I love. So I would try to solve world crisis situations in my spare time.

In this episode we don't see the rough and tough side of the agents but the weak and vulnerable side of them, and this may ba a problem because now people know their weakness.

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