Updated: 4 days ago
Written by a personal friend and fellow Seattleite, Aaron Hurst grounds the intangible feeling that most millennials (and boomers!) find is missing from their careers. The Purpose Economy situates our need for meaning and contribution into the framework of personal fulfillment - and a healthier bottom line.
With ample examples for managers from all backgrounds to draw from, Hurst writes from a place of authority as one who enacts his values and ideals into his own companies and for a variety of organizations throughout the country. It’s a quick read that I would recommend across all levels of any organization. If you’re newer in your career, Hursts practical advice will nudge you into a more powerful and productive path. If you’re a manger this would certainly give a brighter perspective on understanding how to get the most from your team.