Malcolm Gladwell's Story Of Success Outliers By Malcolm Gladwell

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We all know someone who is different, in an exceptional and in a good way. Someone smarter than other, someone talented than others, someone who’s different, and basically someone who’s an outlier. Malcolm Gladwell’s story of success Outliers, shares stories of famous and some not famous people who are without a doubt, outliers. In the first chapter, Gladwell wrote the definition of outlier. “An outlier is something that is situated away from or classed different from a main or related body.” In other words, someone or something that is unique and different. Gladwell explicitly showcased his theories on why some people are successful. Unlike most books about success, he explains how people became successful. This is when the topic of genius pops out and plays a role. Do you have to be a genius? Do you have to have an IQ of 140 to be successful? His findings and reasoning will shock you. Chapter three is titled, “The Trouble with Geniuses, Part 1”. This chapter started with a quote. The quote was, “Knowledge of a boy’s IQ is of little help if you are faced with a formful of clever b...

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