Have you ever wondered why certain types of people are prone to successful events and others just sink beneath the cracks of society? No? Well same here because the answer is usually pretty simple. You have those who put in the hard yards and get out what they put in, and you have those guys you knew back in highschool who smoked weed everyday and 8/10 times they are still smoking weed or working as used mattress salesmen.
Malcolm Gladwell on the other hand, throws in a whole range of perspectives that are well thought out factors that determine the chances of success such as their culture, family, generation and idiosyncratic experiences of their upbringing. He explains common traits in software billionaires and what makes a great soccer player. He even tells us why Asians are so good at math and why the Beatles were/are the greatest rock band.
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