Making Good Finding Meaning, Money, and Community in a Changing World

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  • Edition: Original
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/28/2012
  • Publisher: Rodale Books

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As we emerge from the recession, a generation is searching for practical answers about how to succeed and make positive change in the world. With real-life success stories and practical advice and exercises, Making Goodoutlines how to find opportunities to effect change and make money. These opportunities are not just for entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies: Making Goodshows step-bystep how any person can achieve financial autonomy, capitalize on global changes to infrastructure, and learn from everyday success storiesproviding the skills and insights this generation needs to succeed and build careers and lives of consequence. Charismatic, young, and passionate, Billy Parish and Dev Aujla have been recognized in media outlets like Vanity Fair, Salon, and Rolling Stoneas the voices of their generation. They are at the vanguard of figuring out how the next generation will rethink, reimagine, and rebuild the world around us. Making Goodculls the knowledge that has allowed Billy and Dev to build thriving, meaningful careers into a book that will be What Color Is Your Parachute?for the Facebook generation.

Author Biography

DEV AUJLA is the Founder of DreamNow, a charitable organization that works with young people to develop, fund and implement their social change projects. Dev works as a Director of Partnerships for Change.org and has worked for other leading companies that do good and pay well like GOOD Corps. His work and writing have been featured in numerous media outlets including the Globe and Mail, CBC Newsworld and the Huffington Post. Aujla divides his time between Toronto and New York.

BILLY PARISH is widely known as an innovative youth organizer, social entrepreneur, and champion of the emerging green economy. He co-founded the Energy Action Coalition, the largest youth advocacy organization in the world working on climate change issues, is co-founder and President of Solar Mosaic, a solar energy marketplace and serves on numerous non-profit and clean-tech boards. Parish lives in Oakland, California with his wife and daughters.

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"The current unemployment crisis is enough to get anyone down, but Parish and Aujla are here to brighten the gloomy atmosphere. Where others see hopelessness, they see opportunity. This enthusiastic handbook urges the jobless and the underemployed to venture out, virtually skip the corporate world all together and embrace the power of 'non-linear' career paths...A fresh way to look at the challenges facing job seekers today." --Kirkus Reviews

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