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Kindle Edition ↠ Summary MOBI Þ



10 thoughts on “Summary

  1. Nandini Hegde Nandini Hegde says:

    A great readespecially if you enjoyed his Outiers


  2. Lisia Ross Lisia Ross says:

    Not as good as his other books


  3. Rishabh Anand Rishabh Anand says:

    Great summary of David and GoliathA great read


  4. Allysia K Allysia K says:

    This book was basically a collection of stories and facts about immense cultural challenges fragments as opposed to just one main story threaded together by the tale of David and Goliath I liked it for that I learned things about the American civil war treatment for childhood leukemia and the California justice system among many other things Having read both this and the Outliers I'd be uick to recommend Malcom Gladwell in general though a lot of the material is deeply unsettling how families have dealt with the murder of their child for example the main message is one of hope strength and resilience


  5. Aaron Guilmette Aaron Guilmette says:

    In his characteristic style Gladwell unravels a world of details and data to come to the conclusion that often than not what's seen as your biggest strength can really be a disadvantage


  6. Katinka Haugnaess Katinka Haugnaess says:

    AMAZING


  7. Nightwind Nightwind says:

    would read anything by this author


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Summary [PDF / Epub] ☁ Summary By BusinessNews Publishing – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Complete summary of Malcolm Gladwell's book David and Goliath Underdogs Misfits and the Art of Battling GiantsThis summary of ideas from Malcolm Gladwell's book David and Goliath Underdogs Misfits and Complete Summary of Malcolm Gladwell's book David and Goliath Underdogs Misfits and the Art of Battling GiantsThis Summary of ideas from Malcolm Gladwell's book David and Goliath Underdogs Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants explains that outsiders can win over obvious leaders It shows that a perceived advantage can in the end turn out to be a disadvantage Gladwell illustrates this theory with the story of David and Goliath When confronting powerful opponents instead of wondering if they have power than you the uestion you should be asking yourself is if there is a way that you can play by your own rules For Gladwell the key to defeating a powerful competitor is to avoid confronting them outrightReasons to read this Summary• Save time • Understand the key concepts• Turn your underdog status into a strengthTo learn read the Summary of David and Goliath and find out how to play by your own rules.

10 thoughts on “Summary

  1. Nandini Hegde Nandini Hegde says:

    A great readespecially if you enjoyed his Outiers

  2. Lisia Ross Lisia Ross says:

    Not as good as his other books

  3. Rishabh Anand Rishabh Anand says:

    Great summary of David and GoliathA great read

  4. Allysia K Allysia K says:

    This book was basically a collection of stories and facts about immense cultural challenges fragments as opposed to just one main story threaded together by the tale of David and Goliath I liked it for that I learned things about the American civil war treatment for childhood leukemia and the California justice system among many other things Having read both this and the Outliers I'd be uick to recommend Malcom Gladwell in general though a lot of the material is deeply unsettling how families have dealt with the murder of their child for example the main message is one of hope strength and resilience

  5. Aaron Guilmette Aaron Guilmette says:

    In his characteristic style Gladwell unravels a world of details and data to come to the conclusion that often than not what's seen as your biggest strength can really be a disadvantage

  6. Katinka Haugnaess Katinka Haugnaess says:

    AMAZING

  7. Nightwind Nightwind says:

    would read anything by this author

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