Posted by Wesley on 21 October 2013

In this short TED talk, Malcolm Gladwell offers some nice insight into the story of David and Golliath...

 

 

'Giants are not as strong and powerful as they seem. And sometimes the shepherd boy has a sling in his pocket.' 

Amen to that, brother Gladwell. Amen.

 

 

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