In 'Talking To Strangers,' Malcolm Gladwell Explores How We Misread People We Don't Know

Revisionist History podcast host Malcolm Gladwell's books have opened up new ways to consider human behavior — introducing concepts like "stickiness," the "10,000 hour rule" and The Tipping Point

His newest New York Times best-seller asks why we are so bad at understanding people we don't know. It's called Talking To Strangers. 


Gladwell spoke with On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott about his book at the Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech on Thursday, Oct. 10. The event was sponsored by A Cappella Books. Today’s episode is part of the interview from the live conversation.

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