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Early Life of Malcolm Gladwell
Gladwell was born in Fareham, Hampshire, England. His mother was a psychotherapist and his father was a mathematics professor. His mother was his role model for writing and as he got older, his father allowed Gladwell to roam the university his father worked at. He spent most his time in the library and reading all the books.
Gladwell's philosophy is that those who become successful both have the right timing and practice. Gladwell believes that in order to become successful, a person needs to have at least 10,000 hours of practice and needs to be born at a certain time which will enable them to create or be something amazing.
Gladwell gained popularity through the two New Yorker articles called "The Tipping Point" and "The Coolhunt" which became the basis of his book. He also started writing about the concept of the "Talent Myth" which had inspired him to write the "Outliers" and "Blink". Gladwell has written five books and he state his process behind writing is "I'm interested in collecting interesting stories,and I'm interested in collecting interesting research"
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