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The Times reports that Gladwell hands blurbs out like Santa, though he doesn't seem to care if authors are naughty or nice.
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In our age of Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, "discipline" takes a backseat to celebrity. Greatness, it seems, is whatever gets you re-Tweeted or Liked; whatever racks up the most clicks or followers.
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Overnight changes and nonprofit boards are oxymorons. Most nonprofits are conservative bodies with a deep reverence for "process
Working in the White House on a Saturday afternoon had become routine for Zeke Emanuel and Bob Kocher,” Steven Brill tells