Today we face a unique dichotomy between the wisdom of the Baby Boomer generation and the passion of Generation Y. According to Wisdom Meets Passion, the question is not which is right, but rather how can the two work together?
Wisdom, meet passion. Passion, wisdom.
By bringing these two voices to the issue, this book takes readers through familiar plights, such as understanding the American Dream, the quest for security, and work that matters—regardless of age. Through candid storytelling, Dan Miller and Jared Angaza uncover various generational approaches to work, money, success, and relationships, proving that it is possible to be both passionate and wise..
|Contributor(s)||Dan Miller, Jared Angaza|
|About the Contributor(s)||Dan Miller
Dan Miller, president of 48 Days, specializes in creative thinking for increased personal and business success. He is the author of the widely acclaimed 48 Days to The Work You Love and No More Dreaded Mondays. He writes for many popular magazines and web portals, has been a guest on CBS, MSNBC, The 700 Club, and The Dave Ramsey Show, and appears frequently on popular radio programs. Dan has been happily married to Joanne for more than forty-four years.
Jared Angaza is a branding consultant, philanthropist, and blogger. He’s the founder of KEZA, an ethical fashion company, and Angaza Consulting. Jared consults primarily on the issues of gender equality and business development. He is currently helping to rebrand one of Kenya’s premier coffee companies. Jared and his wife, Ilea, have lived and operated in East Africa since March 2006, consulting NGOs, governments, individuals, and businesses to transform their work into soul-filled art.
|Release Date||Aug 28, 2012|
- Review by Karen
What I liked most about this book is that it didn’t say “if you do this, then you will have a good life, make lots of money, and everything will come up roses.” Instead, it took a realistic view of reaching for your dreams. The authors challenge the reader to look within him/herself (and to God), find his/her passion, and then work toward reaching his/her dream. They challenge the reader to stop making excuses and allowing fears to keep him/her from moving, and to start taking one step at a time. Another thing I like is that the book is so easy to follow and read. It’s interesting, without being “over the top” and the principles and ideas that are given are things that anyone would be able to do, if he/she is willing. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a dream that they have not yet tried to attain. The stories and principles in this book show that with hard work and a little ingenuity, dreams CAN come true.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. (Posted on 9/8/12)