Best Aaron Hurst books

The Purpose Economy, Expanded and Updated: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth and Community Is Changing the World

Aaron Hurst

Best price for this book: $ 7.75


In 2014 Aaron Hurst, Ashoka fellow and founder of Imperative and Taproot Foundation, published The Purpose Economy, the book that catalyzed the purpose revolution. With his prediction that purpose was the next major economic era, many are now racing to find answers and direction toward discovering their personal, professional, and organizational purpose. Leaders from around the world have embraced Hurst’s work and have asked for more.

In this expanded and updated edition Hurst unpacks critical new research and tools for individuals and organizations to find purpose and thrive in this new era.

Based on interviews with hundreds of entrepreneurs, a new survey of over 100,000 people and refined societal trends, Hurst shows that this new era is fueling demand for purpose-centered professionals who not only create more satisfying careers, but also contribute more productively to teams and organizations.

A new view of success based on relationships, impact, and growth is spreading across the globe, and individuals and organizations that embrace that view have emerged as the leaders of the new economy.

Mommy And Daddy Do It Pro Bono

Aaron Hurst

Best price for this book: $ 9.2

Mommy and Daddy Do It Pro Bono is a hip guide for parents and kids alike to inspire the next generation about how to give back to your community - and give what you know. What starts with a little girl asking, What do you do, daddy? leads us to a description of epic careers by inspiring parents - careers as varied as consultants, writers, accountants, engineers, architects, doctors, marketing professionals, lawyers, programmers and HR managers. Readers will quickly see that this book is not your traditional kid s fare of endless role models of princesses and spacemen. With President Obama s push towards engaging all of us to volunteer and serve our communities, this book serves as a conversation-starter and share with us what inspires you.

All proceeds from this book are dedicated to the Taproot Foundation, the leading organization in the pro bono service movement.

The Purpose Economy: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth and Community Is Changing the World (Hardback) - Common

by Aaron Hurst

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The Purpose Economy: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth and Community Is Changing the World

The Purpose Economy: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth and Community Is Changing the World by Aaron Hurst (2014-04-02)

Aaron Hurst

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Bring Me Men: Military Masculinity and the Benign Façade of American Empire, 1898-2001 (Columbia/Hurst)

Aaron Belkin

Best price for this book: $ 180.66


The masculinity of those who serve in the American military would seem to beindisputable, yet it is full of contradictions. To become a warrior, one must renouncethose things in life that are perceived to be unmasculine. Yet at the same time, themilitary has encouraged and even mandated warriors to do exactly the opposite.

Bring Me Men explores these contradictions in great detail and shows that theirinvisibility has been central to the concealment of American empire's darkest secrets.By examining case studies that expose these contradictions -- the phenomenon of maleon-male rape at the U.S. Naval Academy, for example, as well as historical and contemporaryattitudes toward cleanliness and filth -- Belkin utterly upends our understanding of the relationship between warrior masculinity, American empire and the fragile processes sustaining it.

The Purpose Economy: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth and Community Is Changing the World by Hurst, Aaron (April 2, 2014) Hardcover Gld

Best price for this book: $ 20.41


Writers' Anarchy: A Short Story Anthology (Volume 1)

Fiction Writers

Best price for this book: $ 11.38

“Writers’ Anarchy” is a fusion of wildly eclectic, amazing short stories by an international group of creative new talent. Rather than theme-based, these stories are a multi-genre representation of some of today’s hottest writers. “Writers’ Anarchy” gives you stimulating, thought-provoking worlds to explore. Let your imagination take flight along with the unique characters, strange events and shocking endings shared inside these covers! From the riveting opening lines of “The Race of the Birdmen” to the tingling conclusion of “Here He Comes Again”, “Writers’ Anarchy” is a revolt against the usual boundaries of literary predictability. Read it! You know you want to!

Ecological Thought in German Literature and Culture (Ecocritical Theory and Practice)

Best price for this book: $ 128.99

The volume offers a survey of the contribution of German literature and culture to the evolution of ecological thought. As the field of ecocritical theory and practice is rapidly expanding towards transnational and global dimensions, it seems nevertheless necessary to consider the distinct manifestations of ecological thought in various cultures. In this sense, the volume demonstrates in twenty-six essays from different disciplines how German literature, philosophy, art, and science have contributed in unique ways to the emergence of ecological thought on national and transnational scale. The volume maps the most important and characteristic of these developments both on a theoretical and on a textual-analytical level. It is structured in five parts ranging from proto-ecological thought since early modern times (part I) to major theoretical approaches (part II), environmental history (part III), and ecocritical case studies (part IV), to ecological visions in different media and art forms (part V).

The four editors have widely published and are actively involved in ecocritical literary and cultural studies. The group of editors consists of two scholars of German literature and cultural studies, Gabriele Duerbeck and Urte Stobbe (both University of Vechta), a scholar in German and comparative literature, Evi Zemanek (University of Freiburg), as well as a scholar of Anglo-American ecoliterature and ecocriticism, Hubert Zapf. All of them are involved in various projects and research networks on ecology and literature. The contributors of the individual chapters likewise are all experts in their respective fields, ranging from German literature, history, environmental studies, art history, music and art. The book is a unique and readily accessible collection of essays that is of relevance not only for a German and continental European but for a worldwide audience.

Bring Me Men: Military Masculinity and the Benign Fa??ade of American Empire, 1898-2001 (Columbia/Hurst) by Aaron Belkin (2012-07-10)

Aaron Belkin

Best price for this book: $ 164.79


UX Storytellers - Connecting the Dots

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In this eBook, ‘UX Storytellers - Connecting the Dots’, 42 UX masterminds tell personal stories of their exciting lives as User Experience professionals.

The book brings together authors from around the world who paint a very entertaining picture of our multifaceted community.

Whether you’re a usability pro or a student of interaction design, whether you’re a senior information architect or a junior UX designer, you will find 42 entertaining stories in this book told by leading experts from all over the globe.
The authors who have been so kind to contribute their story to the UX Storytellers book are: Aaron Marcus, Abhay Rautela, Andrea Resmini, Andrew Hinton, Andrea Rosenbusch, Cennydd Bowles, Chris Khalil, Daniel Szuc, Clemens Lutsch, Colleen Jones, Dave Malouf, David St. John, David Travis, Deborah J. Mayhew, Eirik Hafver Rønjum, Gennady Osipenko, Harri Kiljander, Henning Brau, James Kalbach, James Kelway, Jan Jursa, Jason Hobbs, Jay Eskenazi, Jiri Mzourek, Ken Beatson, Lennart Nacke, Marianne Sweeny, Mark Hurst, Martin Belam, Matthieu Mingasson, Olga Revilla, Patrick Kennedy, Paul Kahn, Rob Goris, Robert Skrobe, Sameer Chavan, Simon Griffin, Sudhindra Venkatesha, Sylvie Daumal, Thom Haller, Thomas Memmel, Timothy Keirnan, Umyot Boonmarlart.