Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza @48DaysTeam

by | Sep 18, 2012 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

I think that the reality of the present generation, “generation X” or “generation Y” or whatever you call this us (Barna Group has labeled those born between 1984 and 2010 as “Mosaics” because of how diversely we are impacted), is that we are world changers. We are more of world changers than our previous generations because we acknowledge there is a world out there. Thanks to TV and the internet and so forth, we see that there is an entire earth that needs helps and that people all over the world are helping.

We want to help. We want to be part of something.

Miller & Angaza recognize this as well and they are tired of not giving people the necessary nudge to make something happen. They are tired of seeing people get thousands of dollar$ in debt from college and move back in with their parents. They are tired of us having to make due with a job because that is all we have available. I resonate with that and am stirred by the message found with withinWisdom Meets Passion.

We are living in an entrepreneurial society and Miller & Angaza feed off of that reality. If you have placed your finger on a passion of yours, but you are stuck in a rut, pick up this book and be encouraged as you make that dream a reality. I would certainly recommend this book for anyone in such a situation.

Back cover reads:

Yesterday the world ran on formulas — on all things black and white with tried-and-true wisdom. Today things run on dreams and are covered in gray and fueled by passion. But as it turns out, formulas don’t work well without feeling, and dreams don’t come true without dedication. Enter Wisdom Meets Passion, offering proof that when generations — and their beliefs — come together, something incredible can happen.

Learn more here: www.wisdommeetspassion.com

*This book was free with my promise to post an unbiased review.

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