Wisdom Meets Passion: When Generations Collide and Collaborate (2012)
by Dan Miller & Jared Angaza
So do you want the passion of youth or the wisdom that comes with age? Perhaps a better question is: Do you have to make that choice? No. You can have both. It is possible to maintain the passion of youth into old age and to attain the wisdom commonly associated with maturity at an early age. You can expect to have both no matter where you are in your life’s journey. Nothing is sadder than a young person with no passion. And few things are more pathetic than an older person without wisdom.
Wisdom without passion can feel like having an expensive car with no gas in the tank. And passion without wisdom can appear as a car with no steering wheel. “Wisdom Meets Passion,” writes the authors, “will show you how to blend the two – equipping you to accomplish your greatest financial goals, experience the thrill of fulfilling relationships, create meaningful work, and complete your purpose and calling here on earth no matter which age group you represent.”
I like how the book was written. Many examples, fill with inspiring quotes, refers to many books and about a dozen of suggestions for personal development and success. If you like to read self-help books like me, or if you’re tired of the same old advise from self-help books – I recommend you read Wisdom Meets Passion because this book won’t let you live a life of mediocre and challenge you to risk new possibilities :)
P.s: Thank you Hanna for this book. Love it!
THINK BIG. START SMALL. GO DEEP.