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The Delusion of Passion is timely for the next century and the new world economy. Finding your passion is only a piece of the success puzzle. A must read for any Millennial struggling to channel their passion and for non-Millennials seeking to inspire the next generation.

-Daliah Saper                                                       

Internet/Entertainment Lawyer - Saper Law     

Adjunct Professor, Loyola University Chicago   

This is a remarkable book, not only written skillfully but with a rare mix of humor and practical wisdom from key figures of all generations. I love the way the authors so eloquently weave in not only the passion and pain of life's lessons but share the realism of change and our attempt to change with the times or be left behind. It's a true recipe for success and a deeper look at the terms distraction versus uninspired.

-Tyronne Stoudemire                                              

VP of Global Diversity & Inclusion                          

Hyatt Hotels Corporation                                         

Hear from the Authors...

You'll read their words in the book...but hear from their own mouths why co-authors David Anderson & Mark Nathan decided to write The Delusion of Passion, the major things that companies and organizations misunderstand about Millennials, and what the authors hope to see manifest in the lives of those who read this book!


Roundtable - Full Audio
Roundtable w/Authors - Anderson/Nathan
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Part 1 - Why Write This Book?
Why wrtie this book? - Anderson/Nathan
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Part 2 - What Organizations Don't Understand...
What organizations don't understand about Millennials - Anderson/Nathan
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Part 3 - What Is Your Favorite Part of the Book?
What is your favorite part of the book? - Anderson/Nathan
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Part 4 - How Did You Meet?
How did you meet? - Anderson/Nathan
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Part 5 - What Do You Hope This Book Will Accomplish?
What are your hopes for the book? - Anderson/Nathan
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Mark Nathan David Anderson


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