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Book Review: David and Goliath

Courage is not something that you already have that makes you brave when the tough times start. Courage is what you earn when you’ve been through the tough times and you discover they aren’t so tough after all. 506 more words

Books

The Satire Paradox

Listen to Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast about The Satire Paradox here.  After listening, answer the following questions below.  Type out, print and turn into me by beginning of class on Monday March 13. 137 more words

Business

The Mixed Benefits of a Low-Threshold. 

By: Trissean McDonald Individuals that develop characteristics of a low-threshold will most likely adopt other innovations with which those “low-threshold” individuals’ preference of choice becomes a factor in any situational circumstance, due to the mixed benefits of displaying low-threshold characteristics. 1,325 more words

Where Good Ideas Come From

OUTLIERS

7 years ago I decided that I wanted to be an evangelist. I didn’t actually know what an evangelist was back then, but I knew that I wanted to talk about technology to people who didn’t fully understand it. 622 more words

Thinking

Gladwell on Spaghetti Sauce

I have mixed feelings about Malcolm Gladwell but this is a great talk.

Innovation

My life.. Both inside and outside of school.

Life Inside of School

    Through my work at Foothill college there are two valuable messages I have obtained, that would be significant to my life, whether it be related to school, future jobs or personal life. 355 more words

College

What We Want

Hands up, who’d like to own a painting by the legendary Pablo Picasso?

It looks like a lot of you—including some very wealthy people. Very… 2,032 more words