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Outliers
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ISBN-10 : 0316056286
ISBN-13 : 9780316056281
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저자 Gladwell, Malcolm | 출판사 Back Bay Books
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The best-selling author of Blink identifies the qualities of successful people, posing theories about the cultural, family, and idiosyncratic factors that shape high achievers, in a resource that covers such topics as the secrets of software billionaires, why certain cultures are associated with better academic performance, and why the Beatles earned their fame.

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저자 : Malcolm Gladwell
Malcolm Gladwell has been a staff writer with The New Yorker magazine since 1996. His 1999 profile of Ron Popeil won a National Magazine Award, and in 2005 he was named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People. He is the author of two books, "The Tipping Point: How Little Things Make a Big Difference," (2000) and "Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking" (2005), both of which were number one New York Times bestsellers.

From 1987 to 1996, he was a reporter with the Washington Post, where he covered business, science, and then served as the newspaper's New York City bureau chief. He graduated from the University of Toronto, Trinity College, with a degree in history. He was born in England, grew up in rural Ontario, and now lives in New York City.

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  • Outliers | he**eun021 | 2015.12.17 | 5점 만점에 5점 | 추천:0
     “The Story of Success” was written on the book cover, so I thoug...

     “The Story of Success” was written on the book cover, so I thought that this book is a book about successful people like other books. As I expected, this book is about successful people, but it has a new angle that I’ve never seen before. Although I have read many stories about successful people, I thought that the key to success is abilities. I reflected on the way I read books and thought that I have to read and think critically.

     The author said in an individual’s success, it is important to have not only abilities, but also environment that influences the chances of success. At first, I didn’t know what the author want to say and thought the author neglect individual’s effort. However, there are some cases of who had ability but didn’t succeed because of environment. To find talent, children have to do many activities and receive proper education. Unfortunately, there are many children who don’t know about their talent or give up because they are in low-income class or their parents are indifferent to them. Like Gladwell’s opinion, getting the opportunity of success comes up when a number of factors interact.

     My view of success changed as I read several stories about success and failure. I thought that if someone failed, he didn’t exert himself before I read this book. On second thought by using author’s view, even in a story of Everyman, someone succeeded because he had both ability and good environment. On the other hand, someone failed because of environment. Sometimes people begrudge other people’s success and think he succeeded because of environment, not ability. A question comes to mind that why I didn’t think like that when I heard the stories of success. From now on, I won’t think the only reason of success is ability.

  • outlier | dn**ekdus | 2015.12.17 | 5점 만점에 4점 | 추천:0
    Everybody wants to succeed. That’s why self-help books are in great d...

    Everybody wants to succeed. That’s why self-help books are in great demand every time; they are best sellers and displaced where consumers can see them the best in every store. However, when you read more than 10 of them, you get used to it. You cannot find big differences between new and previous ones. I am not going to say this book Outliers is different, clearly distinguished from other thousands of self-help books, but at least I have fun reading and gain something. Gladwell’s main point is that genius is not made by himself. People who greatly succeed need to be patient enough to do whatever he wants to specialize at least 10,000 hours called ‘magic number’. Especially, they succeed for 99.9% when they are given opportunity becoming prepared by experiences from 10,000 hours. They snatch it without hesitation and become ‘’outlier’. This part below clearly shows that.


    “…Both of them toiled away in a relatively obscure field without any great hopes for worldly success. But then-boom!-the personal computer revolution happened, and they had their ten thousand hours in. They were ready. Flom had the same experience. For twenty years he perfected his craft at Skadden, Arps. Then the world changed and he was ready. He didn’t triumph over adversity. Instead, what started out as adversity ended up being an opportunity…” (p.128)


    Even though there are many interesting stories later, such as ‘legacy’ inherited from our ancestors and the importance of parents’ support or childhood environment, I choose this part as the most impressive. After all, men who steadily keep going his way achieve opportunity. They become ‘outlier’ in their life. Someone might say that not everybody get such great opportunities, so-called ‘Jack pot’ in whole life. Of course it is true! How can everybody have such a huge one? The area of commercialization of personal computer does not come twice. However, if you give a look to your life, you can see that you confront trivial or serious chances every moment. For any decision, me before and after are different. We change after making decision for opportunity, even though it is a very slight change. Not everybody can be in the flow like Bill Joy’s. But better opportunities come every time if you are prepared. Also, for sure, not all of us can be an ‘outlier’. Some of us may be too old to invest 10,000 hours for something or some may not find something to invest that significant effort yet. But still, remember that Gladwell did not write this book to get ordinary readers down. Even if you cannot get ‘life changing’ impression from this book, I think it is ok if you get to think ‘Ok, even genius invest time to be good. Let’s become better person than yesterday!’ Then, your time consumed for this book is worthy. Be outlier in your own life story. 

  • Outlier | al**ek1122 | 2015.12.17 | 5점 만점에 4점 | 추천:0
    <Outlier> is revealing the hidden side of success which denies t...

    <Outlier> is revealing the hidden side of success which denies the magnitude of ‘effort’ that we have believed in till now. And this can be very shocking for most of us who crave success. But <Outlier> is only bringing up the problem, not prosing solution that I expected for.

    After finishing reading, I was filled with thoughts like ‘But I have no choice but to try’. Pessimistic, but affirmative at the same. Shock that <Outlier> provides did nothing to me and my way of thinking.

    No wonder, because the secret of success that <Outlier> reveals are mostly pure luck... things like birthday, time(period we live) and culture.

    If I regard ‘luck’ as a reason why I can’t success, I will always be angry to ‘society’ (quite abstract...) and become a blamethrower who scowls at an outlier thinking ‘That person did not succeed on his/her own! There must have been a hidden luck that I don’t see’.

    The area that <Outlier> points out cannot be equal. (I don’t want my opinion to be seen as a nihilism... I agree that we should seek for ideal society where one’s effort pays off. But the area of luck... it cannot be sought. It’s beyond our ability.)

    Absolute equality is impossible. We should find more sensible way instead of blaming luck.

    <Outlier> to me was a very interesting book, providing new awareness. But I think it’s very far from reality.

  • Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell | co**ney | 2014.10.25 | 5점 만점에 3점 | 추천:0
    The history of success is analyzed by case studies especially with dif...

    The history of success is analyzed by case studies especially with different cultural backdrops.

     

    I appreciate the idea of Malcolm delving into sports, history and customs to prove his point on "success" depending on different times, and cultural legacies.

     

    These are quite specific researches, which generally people would concur with, but could not specify them with suggesting tangible events.

     

    I praise him for that.

     

    What I don't approve is Malcolm's approach to basic definition of "success." It's a term that is quite subjective if you think about it a little bit deeply, yet

     

    he overuses the term as if it's a fact based on his own individual definition. Success is not only about individua's social status or money.

     

    And personally, it's a term that is all too different for me as opposed to his, even though this is something that changes over time. 

     

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    "Speak up"

     

    "Assert yourself"

     

    "He never had a parent teach him on the way to the doctor how to speak up for himself, or how to reason and negotiate with those in positions of authority."

     

    "It's not that those guys were smarter lawyers than anyone else," Rifkind says. "It's that they had a skill that they had been working on for years that was suddenly very valuable."

     

    "Cultural lagacies are powerful forces. They have deep roots and long lives. They persist, generation after generation."

     

    "When and where you are born, what you parents did for a living and what the circumstances of your upbringing were all make a significant difference."

     

    "Mitigation explains one of the great anomalies of plane crashes."

     

    "Communicate clearly and assertively."

     

    "Speak up."

     

    "How well does a culture tolerate ambiguity?"

     

    "Success is a function of persistence and doggedness and the willingness to work hard for twenty-two minutes to make sense of something that most people would give up on after thirty seconds."

     

    "Keep actively engaged in the world around him."

     

    "To become a success at what they did, they had to shed some part of their own identity."

     

     

     

     

  • Outliers:What is their secret? | ia**e | 2011.04.20 | 5점 만점에 4점 | 추천:0
    디자인으로 부터 시작하겠다.일단 이 사이즈가 가장 저렴해서 사게 되었다.그런데 생각보다 편리해서 마음에 들었다. 사이즈 이름 ...
    디자인으로 부터 시작하겠다.
    일단 이 사이즈가 가장 저렴해서 사게 되었다.
    그런데 생각보다 편리해서 마음에 들었다. 사이즈 이름 pocket-size 인것 처럼
    정말로 읽다가 갑자기 다른 일이 생기면 아웃터 주머니에 넣어두었다가
    다시 시간이 생기면 읽을수 있었다.

    그럼 이제 본론으로 들어가보시죠~
    Interesting한 책이다. 한번 들어보면 끝까지 읽게 싶어지고
    모든 데이터를 사람이 받아들일수 있게 정리되어 있다. 

    저자가 말하고 주장하고 있는것들과 완전히
    공감하진 않지만 나에게는 익숙하면서도 세론운
    정보들에 감탄하고 흥미를 느꼈다.

    책에는 그들의 성공 비결을 잘 정리해준다.
    물론 그들의 노력도 남달랐지만,
    그들이 태어난 시기, 가족관계, 사회적 지위와
    조금의 'luck' 이 필요하다고 주장한다.
    어떻게 생각해 보면 저자의 말이 맞을수도 있지만
    나는 그렇다고 생각 안한다.

    그래서 생각을 하게 된다~
    내가 지금까지 믿고 있었던 성공을 
    어떻게 이룰지?
    내 생각을 바꾸어야할지?
    생각하게끔 만든다.

    그러나 나는 아직 내가 아는 성공을 믿기로 결심했다.
    하나님과 항상 함께하고 그의 의를 위한 것을 
    열심히 한다면 '노'라는 답이 들려오지는 않을것 같다.
    나는 내 일을 열심히 하고, 내가 사랑하는것들에 정말 
    저자가 말했듯이 '10,000 hours'을 채운다면 잘 될거라 믿는다~ 

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