Book Review: Battling Giants by Malcolm Gladwell

PSdavidandgoliathGladwell knows we love a good underdog story (clearly, he does, too), but he says we’re learning the wrong lessons. David won not just because he was willing to step forward, and not just because he believed God would protect him (although that, of course, was part of it). He won because he broke the rules. He defied convention. The deck was stacked against him, so he played the game differently. To Gladwell, the moral of a victorious misfit story like David’s is not to go forth armed only with faith and courage, but to change the way you fight the battle — for an underdog to win, he must be unconventional. Read the full post on PostScript blog.


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