Table of contents for Outliers : why some people succeed and some don't / Malcolm Gladwell.

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Chapter One
The Matthew Effect:
 "You don't even have to do any statistical analysis. You just look at it."
Chapter Two
The 10,000 Hour Rule:
 "In Hamburg, we had to play for eight hours."
Chapter Three 
The Trouble With Geniuses
"Knowledge of a boy's IQ is of little help if you are faced with a formful of clever boys."
Chapter Four
Louis Terman's Error.
 "After protracted negotiations, it was agreed Robert would be put on probation."
Chapter Five: 
The Rise of the Jewish Lawyer
"Mary got a quarter."
Chapter Six
Harlan, Kentucky:
"Die like a man like your brother did!"
Chapter Seven 
Turnaround in the Skies:
"Captain, the weather radar has helped us a lot."
Chapter Eight
Rice Paddies and Math Tests
"No one who can rise before dawn, 360 days a year, fails to make his family rich."
Chapter Nine
Marquita's Bargain
"All my friends now are from KIPP."
A Jamaican Story
 "If a progeny of young colored children is brought forth, these are emancipated."

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Successful people.