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Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
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Jun 10, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: culture, psychology, social-study, favorites
Read from June 14 to July 06, 2011

Nice read. I'm gonna say I like this better than Blink, because, yeah... success is not determined by talent or IQ. Success gained by many chances that accumulated in one person and how said person used the chances given to them. This book explained stories of success in different depth than any book. How Bill Gates' success is not solely because he was smart and innovative, but also because he spent many times in his younger time to drown in front of computer while any other kids his age didn't have the chance, or how two geniuses with the same IQ could have different paths when they older, etc. This book made me remembered many chances that given to me until I could be here, now, in one step further reaching my dream. It's all about chances.

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