Lakota Indian Culture
Learning From the Uneminent
Learning From Everyone, and Learning From Specific People 1
Kurt Warner didn't make it to the NFL until his late 20s--and he went on to become one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time
Everyone thought that IBM would make lots of money in the personal computer business. Instead, they made nothing, and Bill Gates made billions.
How Otto von Bismarck used a card game to gain an edge in international politics
In the 1800s, Andrew Carnegie manufactured so much steel so cheaply, that he became the world's wealthiest person.
The horse who could (supposedly) do math
In 1947, Major League Baseball was 0.2% African-American. That 0.2% was one man: Jackie Robinson.
Direct arguments don't directly influence people
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