Economic growth is frequently defined as the increase in value of everything in an economy. Standard of living, access to health care, and minimum wage are some of the standard measures of economic well-being. But with the ubiquity of technology, impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs, new limits to free trade, and increased pressure to address climate, how should we now define progress? Who benefits from growth; who loses? How do we reconcile an increasing wealth gap, deregulation, and the environment? We explore theories of economic well-being and different views on impacts to our families, businesses, and communities.