Gladwell Looks Inside Success

In his fascinating book,


, Malcolm Gladwell cites a study of world experts and what it took to them get there. While all his subjects had natural talent, they also got an early start, and were lucky enough to have opportunity to practice their talent more than others—logging 10,000 hours of practice, considerably more than their less famous counterparts. I'd rate this a 9 on the Bell Meter, so if the topic interests you, get your copy here.