David and Goliath Review
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This is a great book, actually I super recommend it being that the current situation has everyone going full covidiot. But other than that it’s a great opportunity to know why you can control a situation and why you can’t.
The perception of power needs to be legitimate.
–I don’t have time to go into this like my other books I got other stuff to do but here is a good cliffnote review of the book:
Gladwell opens with a re-telling of the classic story of David and Goliath and then goes onto to explain all of the historical inaccuracies in the tale and how this has shaped our understanding of what it takes to beat a giant.
Giants can be such things as a disability, misfortune or oppression. But as you read on you find it is also a basketball team, an education model, impressionist painting, the ability to read, experiencing the death of a parent before the age of 15, power to name a few.
Gladwell proposes that what gives a giant its strength can also be its greatest weakness. Knowing how to identify that weakness to your advantage is how you become David. “the powerful and strong are not always what they seem” “There is a set of advantages that have to do with material resources, and there are a set that have to do with the absence of material resources.”
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