According to Fast Company more than 50% of millenials say they would take a pay cut to find work that matches their values, while 90% want to use their skills for good. B corps (businesses that pledge to achieve social goals as well as business ones) are on the rise with Warby Parker leading the charge that companies can successfully grow revenue and simultaneously pursue a social mission. But the economist Milton Friedman would argue that increased profits are the "only social responsibility of business."
*So where does the balance lie between doing good and doing well? * It is a widely accepted in America that we live to work as opposed to, say, in Europe where the conventional wisdom is that one works to live. So how do our accomplishments stack up against the sense of purpose and meaning we derive from our work...and our lives? Join us for a candid conversation about success, the science of achievement and the art of fulfillment.