In this article, we reviewed Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers ‘The Story of Success’ book, which is among the best sellers in the USA. The book examines why some people are more successful than others. Rather than intelligence and ambition, they examine their relationship with their families, birth places and dates. He explains what the Beatles and Bill Gates have in common. The success of Asians in mathematics, why the resumes of New York lawyers are the same, and why we don’t even hear the name of the smartest man in the world.
THE MYSTERY OF ROSETO, Outliers
‘These people died from old age that’s all.’
They saw how the Rosetos visited each other, for example, how to cook to chat in Italian. Roseto’s people learned about the large family clans underlying the social structure of the town. They saw how many houses 3 generations lived together and how grandparents were respected. They went to the ritual in Our Lady of Mount Carmel and saw the integrative and calming effect of the church. In the town, the population of which was under 2,000 people, 22 civil organizations were identified. They discovered the egalitarian philosophy of society, which prevents the rich from showing off with their own success and encourages them to help close down others’ failures.
Transferring the paesani culture of southern Italy to the mountains of eastern Pennsylvania, the Rosetoli created a strong, protective social structure that abstracted them from the pressures of the modern world. The Rosettes are healthy because of where they came from, the world they created for them in their tiny town in the mountains.
FIRST PART: OPPORTUNITY
Matta Effect, Outliers
‘Because whoever has it will be given more and he will be in abundance. But whoever does not have it will also be taken away.’
The eligibility limit for hockey age classes in Canada is January 1. In this case, a boy who turns 10 on January 2 can play side-by-side with someone who did not reach the age of 10 until the end of the year, and at this age, a 12-month gap represents a huge difference in physical development.
Denmark is the only country where this has not been experienced. They have a national policy, where they have not gone to any talent classification by age 10.Denmark does not turn to selection decisions untilthe age differences are equalized. Those who benefit from the biggest tax cut are rich people. The students who receive the best education and care are the best students. Among the 9, 10 year old children, those who have the most coaching support and practice are the oldest ones.