5 Most Read Malcolm Gladwell Books ‘Think Big’

Born on September 3, 1963, Malcolm Gladwell is an English-Canadian journalist and bestselling author. He is also one of the leading best speakers. Since 1996, he is a staff member of the New Yorker. HE has written five books so far, which are read by many of his readers across the globe. Following is a list of the five good reads by the author. Malcolm Gladwell Books are listed here based on popularity;

1. Outliers: The Story of Success

This is one of the stunning books of the author, which takes the reader to the intellectual journey, and the world of outliers. This is one of the best, and the most famous book. In his book, he has described the reasons behind how the high achievers are the difference from others. In his bestselling he explains how these outliers success in their lives, examining the lives of outliers from Mozart to Bill Gates, he builds a convincing case to explain how the successful make their own in spite of the range of challenges they face.

2. Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking

In this landmark bestseller, the writer has explained how to understand the world around us. He has explained how people think without thinking, and the choices we make decisions in an instant in the blink of an eye, those choices are in fact not simple as they seem. He also explains how the other people make brilliant decisions. This is one of the great books in which author has explained things with wonderful examples. It is a must read book for all.

3. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

In this book, the author has beautifully explained one of the most important aspects of the daily lives. The tipping point is that the magic moment in human’s lives when social behavior, idea, trend, crosses a threshold, tips and spread like wildfire.  This is one of the bestsellers of the authors and it is a good book for those who are ready to change the way they think. Finally this a very interesting book to read.

4. David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

Like other issues, this is also one of the bestselling books of the author.  In this book, he has examined and challenges the concepts of advantages and disadvantages that look to many of the people.  This book starts with the tale of David and Goliath and it moves through the history with many of the figures like Lawrence of Arabia and Martin Luther King.  This is one of the tritely inspiring red by the author, and it has a thought provoking and breathtaking plot.

5. What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures

Being one of the fans of the author you might be willing to this read by issue. Although the author has published bestselling books before but as far as this book is concerned this is just a collection of the articles which he has written for the New Yorker magazine. Well as compared to the all his earlier issues this is not a recommended book by the author. The articles also lack the depth and the level of the development which was seen in his earlier articles.

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