Wisdom Meets Passion Paperback
When Generations Collide and Collaborate
by Dan Miller; Jared Angaza;
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Wisdom Meets Passion
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Dan Miller and his apprentice, Jared Angaza, are convinced that when both wisdom and passion are present in a life, anything is possible. Over the generations, businesses and charities have come and gone, relationships has been forged and broken and churches have grown and withered away. Why? Collaboration, between wisdom and passion, has been unbalanced.
This highly insightful book maps out what leadership needs to embrace to survive. With clear direction, readers will discover purpose, mission and calling that will become purposeful work ethic, meaning relationships and a feeling of making a real contribution to God's kingdom. The book also includes real people's experiences of building organizations and movements that are saving lives; this book fuses practical help with inspirational stories beautiful.
Dan Miller, president of 48 Days, is a creative thinker who boosts personal and business success. He is the author of the widely acclaimed 48 Days To The Work You Love and No More Dreaded Mondays. Dan has been happily married to Joanne for over 44 years and lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Jared Angaza is a social entrepreneur and philanthropist. In 2006, he moved to Rwanda and began a women's empowerment aid agency called Sisters of Rwanda. Together with his wife, they built KEZA, an ethical fashion label. Jared and Ilea recently moved to Kenya where they plan to expand their ethical business.
Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller; Jared Angaza was published by Thomas Nelson in August 2012 and is our 357th best seller. The ISBN for Wisdom Meets Passion is 9780849947421.
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|Page last updated||5th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Dan Miller; Jared Angaza|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (August 2012)|
|Number of Pages||256|