The Two-Second Advantage: How We Succeed by Anticipating the Future---Just Enough (MP3 CD)
Authors Vivek Ranadive and Kevin Maney explore the world of human mastery and show how the ability to anticipate events before they occur can revolutionize business and offer a competitive edge in the marketplace.
About the Author
Kevin Maney is the author of the critically acclaimed books The Maverick and His Machine and Trade-Off. He writes for Fortune, the Atlantic, Fast Company, and other publications, and was the technology reporter at USA Today for more than twenty years. Vivek Ranadive is the founder and CEO of TIBCO Software, Inc., the leading international software company that enables organizations to become event-driven. He is also co-owner and vice chairman of the Golden State Warriors NBA franchise. A native of Bombay, India, he earned an MBA from Harvard University and both his bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A frequently cited expert in the media on real-time computing, Ranadive is also the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Power of Now and The Power to Predict. Dan John Miller is an American actor and musician. In the Oscar-winning Walk the Line, he starred as Johnny Cash's guitarist and best friend, Luther Perkins, and has also appeared in George Clooney's Leatherheads and My One and Only, with Renee Zellweger. An award-winning audiobook narrator, Dan has garnered multiple Audie Award nominations, has been twice named a Best Voice by AudioFile magazine, and has received several AudioFile Golden Earphones Awards and a Listen-Up Award from Publishers Weekly. He has narrated books by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Philip Roth as well as by Pat Conroy, Andre Dubus III, John Green, Nora Roberts, and Dean Koontz. Dan lives in the Detroit, Michigan, area with his wife, Tracee Mae, and their daughter, Frances Rose.
Praise for The Two-Second Advantage: How We Succeed by Anticipating the Future---Just Enough…
"Anyone interested in understanding the one common denominator of almost all long term success should [listen to] The Two-Second Advantage." ---Phillip Hellmuth, Jr.