Analysis Of David And Goliath By Malcolm Gladwell Essay

1113 Words Jun 30th, 2016 5 Pages
Ross Perot says, an American business man, “Life is never more fun than when you are the underdog competing against the giants”. Everyone has limited views about the underdog’s success. They consider that the Giants will always beat the underdogs. Perot thinks it will be fun if we play roles in the underdogs and against the giants. In David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell, he talks about the story and victory of the underdogs through the introduction. David is a small shepherd boy; he is a underdogs. On the other hand, Goliath is giant; he is big and has a lot of fighting experiences. Everyone thinks that Goliath is going to beat David anyway. They think that the victory will always belong to the giants, but it is not true anymore; they also think Goliath is a formidable opponent for David; however, he beats Goliath by using only his small sling. He uses it to fight Goliath as he use to fight the predators, and his own strategy that the opponent never expect; he uses his own autonomy to do whatever he wants to. David turns his disadvantage to advantage. From now on, Gladwell begins to discuss about the victory of the underdogs through all the chapters. Gladwell says that no matter how small you are, if you believe in yourself and understand your experience as well as your knowledge, you will be able to beat the Giants. It is important to understand the theory because it helps us expand our limited views about success of the underdogs and also learn their strategies to…

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