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Answering Why

Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations
Narrated by: Braden Wright
Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins
Categories: Business, Leadership
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Bridge the gap, and reach the Why Generation

If you've ever struggled to motivate the young people in your sphere of influence, Answering Why is the game-changer you've been looking for. From the urgent skills gap crisis to the proven strategies to inspire our youngest generations, Answering Why addresses the burning questions faced by educators, employers, and parents everywhere.

Author, CEO, and generational expert Mark C. Perna shares his wide experience and profound success as both a single dad and performance consultant for education and workforce development across North America. Listeners will be empowered to:

  • Embrace the branch-creak crisis moments of life
  • Make meaningful, productive connections with the Why Generation (anyone under 40 today)
  • Bring relevance, self-discovery, and passion to the learning process

The Why Generation is asking a serious question, and it’s time to answer it. This book will help awaken the incredible potential of young people everywhere and spur them to increased performance on all fronts, so they can make a bigger difference - which is exactly what they want.

©2018 Mark C. Perna (P)2018 Mark C. Perna

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I liked this book and would recommend it. It has a thought provoking theme. I was a bit disappointed that at times it felt like a marketing brochure for the author’s consulting firm. Nonetheless, it made an impression.