Summary of Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell

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Abbey Beathan


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Tommy Lellos


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Inglés


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1h 03m 16s


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Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell—Book Summary—Abbey Beathan(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book.)A deep analysis of the world's most successful people in order to determine the real formula of success.The book Outliers is an outlier itself, it dares to think differently and question the vision of success that people have had so far. Are the most successful people really the best of the best because they are the brightest or the most athletic? Or are there certain variables that we are not taking into account? Malcolm Gladwell seems to think so and he is here to prove it by taking a look at the most successful people in the world and see what they have in common. What Gladwell discovered, is truly fascinating.(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by Abbey Beathan. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way)"Hard work is a prison sentence only if it does not have meaning. Once it does, it becomes the kind of thing that makes you grab your wife around the waist and dance a jig."—Malcolm GladwellWhy are Asians better at math? How did Bill Gates manage to become the richest man in the world? Why is the day you were born a decisive factor to become a professional hockey player in Canada? All of these questions have explanations and they are not what you might think. Malcolm Gladwell unravels the mystery behind success and delivers jaw-dropping facts that will make you see success in the correct way.Join Gladwell on a quest to discover the real story of success, you'll learn about history, amazing facts, the biographies of the most successful people in the world and what they all have in common.

Idioma: Inglés

Duración: 1h 03m 16s

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