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Outliers : The Story Of Success (2013, original release: 2008)

Call Number 302/GLADWELL,M

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Published: New York ; Boston ; London : Back Bay Books, Little, Brown and Company, [2013] ©2008
Description:  309, 10, 12 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780316017930, 0316017930,
Language:  English

Originally published: New York : Little, Brown, 2008. Reading group guide ©2010. Excerpt from David and Goliath ©2013. First Back Bay paperback edition, June 2011

Includes discussion questions and an excerpt from David and Goliath

Identifies the qualities of successful people, maintaining that culture, family, and idiosyncratic factors can have a decisive impact on shaping high achievers,

Roseto mystery -- Opportunity -- Matthew effect (Matthew 25:29) -- 10,000 hour rule -- trouble with geniuses, part 1 -- trouble with geniuses, part 2 -- three lessons of Joe Flom -- Legacy -- Harlan, Kentucky -- ethnic theory of plane crashes -- Rice paddies and math tests -- Marita's bargain -- Jamaican story -- Introduction : The Part one : The The The The The Part two : The Epilogue : A Notes -- Acknowledgments -- Index -- Reading group guide -- Excerpt from David and Goliath Related Searches:
Successful people
Social interaction
Interpersonal relations
Teen Required Booklist 2018
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