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

by Dev Aujla

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Well written and inspirational. Loved the examples of closed loop businesses. I'm going to re-read the book to let more sink in; the book was a lot to take in at once. ( )
  swivelgal | May 31, 2012 |
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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 Good outlines how to find opportunities to effect change and make money. These opportunities are not just for entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies: Making Good shows step-by-step how any person can achieve financial autonomy, capitalize on global changes to infrastructure, and learn from everyday success stories - providing the skills and insights this generation needs to succeed and build careers and lives of consequence. " - - Publisher Description.… (more)

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