“Magic in one’s career-life happens where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”Imagine an innovative engine – young people all over the world − that rapidly generates lots and lots of goodwill and creative solutions for local and global challenges that penetrates the human landscape and changes it for the better. In Goodness and Kindness: A currency for success (Career-Life-Design for Young People), young people are invited, by means of a career-life-design narrative, to become the authors of their own new stories, including a new identity and a new ‘self’, wherein a sense of the good can be woven. Young people are encouraged to realize they all have unique character strengths, interests, talents, capacities, and skills, which are called sparks. A spark (a young person’s deep gladness) and an opportunity (the world’s deep hunger) become potent together. A logical conclusion is that young people, who all have an awareness of their own sparks, will need to choose opportunities (including the pivotal actions of choosing and executing a career) where they feel they can make a positive difference in their more immediate environment. This can be done locally as a “civilian self/individual” and globally as a “cosmopolitan self/individual”. Imagine the fireworks!To be able to design a sparkly life (which includes finding a decent job) to benefit themselves and others, they will need to understand the bigger picture − that all of us on planet Earth are connected and the actions of one has an influence on the other. Thus, they should ask themselves what is important, ethical, and meaningful for them personally, but also for their communities and on a global scale. And in return, together with having personal purpose and meaning added to their own lives, the youth would create a peaceful and affluent environment that exudes wellbeing on every level. In this way, the common good can and will be sustained and continuously expanded in service of fair and sustainable human development globally.