Boise, ID (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
"The Purpose Economy" will hit the shelves February 2014, but only after the beta edition has worked its magic. An early edition of the book has been released in order to gain valuable feedback and suggestions from remarkable professionals including professors, social innovators, corporate leaders, and highly regarded entrepreneurs. Hurst already has received strong endorsements from Arianna Huffington, Founder and CEO of Huffington Post, Reid Hoffman, Co-Founder/Chair of Linkedin, Roberto Orci, President of Ascento Advertising, and many more and expects that this backing and support will change the perception of the economy as we know it.
Arianna Huffington states it perfectly, "Aaron Hurst powerfully sums up in 'The Purpose Economy' the fundamental changes taking place in the business world."
This limited edition highlights the full content of the book as well as incorporates special perks that appear only in this limited beta version. Perks such as worksheets, personal author notes, and questions fill the pages is hand-written ink. The purpose is to gather insight and perspective from those who received the "The Purpose Economy Beta-Edition" allowing them to contribute their knowledge. From one great professional to another, Hurst reaches out to embrace others’ valuable insight and thanks them for their contribution in this historic project.
"The Purpose Economy" is a revolutionary exploration into the current economy and how it will rapidly evolve in this ever-changing world. Author Aaron Hurst dives in and reveals where he believes the economy is headed: PURPOSE.
"Millennials are becoming more creative in finding ways to meet their needs without as much focus on debt and consumptions. They are finding value on serving others, expressing themselves and becoming part of communities with shared interests," notes Hurst.
Hurst is a widely recognized social entrepreneur and authority on social innovation. He is Imperative’s CEO and a close adviser to many global brands and frequent speaker and writer on the development of the purpose economy. Hurst is the founder of the Taproot Foundation where he was the catalyst and lead architect in developing the $15 billion pro bono service market.