At Rebuild the Dream, part of our mission is to strive towards a new economy, where everyone is accountable for doing their fair share and every individual contributes to making their community better in some way - what we like to call the American Dream 2.0. Today's working generations face a difficult challenge - how do we dedicate our careers to making the world a better place in a way that is personally meaningful, while also making enough money to support our families and loved ones? As progressives, it can be disheartening to postpone fighting for our vision of a better reality because of financial or economic restraints. Many of us find ourselves asking "Why isn't there a job for that?" or "How could I get paid to do this?" So how do we make good? Billy Parish had been asking those same questions , and commiserating with those harboring the same frustration. After having kids, his need to make money but also make change became even more real. When he met Dev Aujla, who was also asking these questions, they decided to find answers. And they wrote a book about it. You can order your copy of Making Good here. Sign up to be part of the Making Good Missions on the book website, here. To learn more about Dev Aujla and Billy Parish's book, check out the book website at MakingGood.org. And don't forget to like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter (@MknGood) for the latest updates.
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