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Wisdom Meets Passion When Generations Collide and Collaborate
Wisdom Meets Passion When Generations Collide and Collaborate By Dan Miller and Jared Angaza
This book is written by a father/son team. Its purpose is to explain the difference between Generation X & Y’s career goals and work ethics and how the wisdom of the older can be partnered with the passion of the younger to create change in the world while earning a profit. It is helpful in that its down to earth style is understandable while using humor to advance its ends.
It has been noted that the book is repetitive of past writings, but I have not read their other works, so cannot comment on that issue. Another referenced that it was impracticable that "God will provide a job" was cited instead of education. I think the book doesn't suggest it is a matter of either/or. For instance, it states talents that are "God-given" and then discusses what we should do with them. This suggests a certain religious sentiment but not merely so.
I did not find the book particularly amazing or anything but it is a perfectly good read and recommend people check it out.
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