The Two-Second Advantage

How We Succeed by Anticipating the Future - Just Enough
Narrated by: Dan John Miller
Length: 6 hrs and 39 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Publisher's Summary

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.

©2011 TIBCO Software, Inc. and Kevin Maney (P)2011 Tantor

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"Anyone interested in understanding the one common denominator of almost all long term success should [listen to] The Two-Second Advantage." (Phillip Hellmuth, Jr.)

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Great research but nothing special

Would you try another book from Kevin Maney and Vivek Ranadive and/or Dan John Miller?

No

Has The Two-Second Advantage turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes, all theory and no practical applications.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

He could have been more bold and brought up new ideas and concepts rather than trying to glorify things that have already been written about.

Any additional comments?

You can tell they put in a lot of time and research into this book but it lacks any original content. Every chapter I was waiting for something grand to happen but instead it would just keep driving home the same point and use new authors to validate the same thing over and over.

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