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{Book Review} Outliers: The Story of Success

by Randall on October 11, 2009 · 1 comment

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Outliers

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

Published by Little, Brown and Co.
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Malcolm Gladwell’s counter intuitive take on success. He downplays virtuosic brilliance in favour of timing and sheer hard work. Less research driven than some of his words, like all Gladwell books, a fast and easy read. It was almost spooky to read the birth years of people creating the first generation of software companies given that the range includes mine. Also, Malcolm’s discussion of his own background was moving and very personal storytelling at its best connecting his mixed racial origins with British colonial structures.

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Randall Howard is a serial entrepreneur and long term technologist with a passion for social innovation.

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