When things are at their worst, Grano is at his best. From Vietnam to 9/11, from the market crash of '87 to today's financial crisis, Wall Street legend Joe Grano has been at the front lines of the most defining American crises of the last 40 years.
Whether leading draftees through combat as a Green Beret in Vietnam, regrouping a team of brokers during the market crash of 1987, or working tirelessly to reopen Wall Street after the attacks on 9/11, Joe has served at the forefront, leading and even inspiring others when things seem at their darkest.
Structured around six specific crises he faced in his life and career, You Can't Predict a Hero tells the unique story of how Grano was able to triumph over challenges both personal and professional.
©2009 Joseph J. Grano; (P)2009 Oasis
This man clearly has something provocative to say. Excellent American can do story. A provoking, intellectual, and quite frankly emotional point of view about becoming successful, remaining grounded, and giving back. It's a shame all our elected leaders do not have the mettle and integrity of Joe Grano. The best book on true leasdership I have read in years.
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