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Malcolm Gladwell

Non-Fiction Writer, Journalist

Keynotes by Malcolm Gladwell are as complex and inquisitive as his famous non-fiction written works.

A highly respected journalist who graduated with a degree in history from the University of Toronto, Gladwell went on to write for the New Yorker and publish four critically-acclaimed non-fiction books, one of which was a compilation of his essays over the course of his career. Showing through both his speaking events and written work is Gladwell's exceptional ability to make meaning out of a variety of social and scientific phenomena. Hugely influential, and a gifted storyteller, Malcolm has become a hugely popular speaker with a big name.

Keynotes by Malcolm Gladwell are subtle, educational and in high demand. Sure to pique audience's intellectual curiosity, Malcolm is a famous name for good reason.

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The Road to Success
The Road to Success
Malcolm Gladwell's Success Keynote Offers Personal Life Lessons
This success keynote by Malcolm Gladwell offers insights on how to become successful by using details from his own life. Gladwell begins by explaining that when he was a child, he didn’t...
The Story of Success
The Story of Success
Malcolm Gladwell Argues That Human Potential is Being Squandered
Bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell discusses some of the main points from his most recent book 'The Outliers: The Story of Success,' which focuses on why it is that certain people are massively successful…
The Nature of Choice
The Nature of Choice
Malcolm Gladwell Discusses the Food Industry's Search for the Best Sauce
Author Malcolm Gladwell discusses the nature of choice and an important shift in the food industry's pursuit of how to make customers happy. Previously, Malcolm Gladwell explains, the food industry would…
Cultivating Creative Chaos
Cultivating Creative Chaos
Malcolm Gladwell's Brain Type Keynote Contrasts Logic and Creativity
In this brain type keynote by Malcolm Gladwell, he establishes the two types of human minds as creative and logical. He explains a major difference between the particular thought processes of each...
Maximizing Natural Skills
Maximizing Natural Skills
Malcolm Gladwell’s Human Potential Keynote Tells Why Talent is Art
Malcolm Gladwell, author of ‘Blink’ and ‘Outliers,’ shares his thoughts on how talent is categorized and how to maximize it within individuals in his human potential keynote. Talent is not...
Value of Variability
Value of Variability
Malcolm Gladwell Discusses Giving Variability in His Choice Happiness Speech
The importance of variety is a key facet with regards to making something successful, according to Malcolm Gladwell in this choice happiness speech. In today’s society, the amount of variety...
Mastering Communication Through Fields
Mastering Communication Through Fields
Malcolm Gladwell Discusses What to Avoid in Conversation
Malcolm Gladwell went to the University of Toronto, at Trinity College, for his undergraduate degree. While there, he studied history. After graduating, he gained a variation of experiences as a...
Overestimating Giants
Overestimating Giants
Malcolm Gladwell Breaks Down the Bible Story in his David and Goliath Talk
In his David and Goliath talk, Malcolm Gladwell breaks down a well-known Biblical anecdote and how we have come to misunderstand it. The story of David and Goliath is often used to describe...
Misused Technologies
Misused Technologies
Malcolm Gladwell Discusses the Misunderstanding of Intentions
Malcolm Gladwell received his degree in history from the University of Toronto, Trinity College. After graduating, he became a reporter for the Washington Post. From there, he went on to become a...

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