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Summary: Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers: The Story of Success

Narrated by: Sean Barker
Length: 22 mins
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There are a lot of people who envy people who are successful in life because they are considered fortunate. We venerate their goals in life and their dedication. However, does hard work really define people who are successful? Are there more factors than just hard work?

There are quite a few attention-grabbing points that will be introduced in Outliers. It will be known that in order to become a successful person, a struggle for success is not the only factor. Other factors include the place where a man was born, his family, and things around him. This is a book that offers new and thought-provoking viewpoints on success.

Included:

  • Study on finding the meaning behind the work you do
  • Study on knowing or recognizing success chances
  • Understanding success
  • Learning how important timing is
  • Definition of behavior through core values

About the author: Ant Hive Media reads every chapter, extracts the understanding, and leaves you with a new perspective and time to spare. We do the work so you can understand the book in minutes, not hours. This summary fills the gap, helping you understand more while enhancing your listening experience

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I could stand to hear some more detail about the studies. Turning this into a 30 minute book could give you that kind of time.

Still a great product.

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