Victims of convicted child abuser Larry Nassar. Poets uninterested in dying by suicide. The entire sovereign nation of Nigeria. These people might appear to have very little in common, but there is what I’ll call a “Sticky Line” undergirding them, which is that Malcolm Gladwell used all of them to buttress his phony intellectual credibility while appearing on podcasts, writing books, talking on the lecture circuit and doing all of the fancy s—t that now occupies the bulk of his affairs. Being a fraud is a full-time job for Gladwell, and he’s always eager to openly prove it.
This time around, Gladwell stuck his wing tip in his mouth when he went on Steven Bartlett’s “Diary of a CEO” podcast (oh wow I bet that diary is chock full of healthy introspection!), and threw down a bunch of Gladwellisms about how working from home is bad for the world. Here he is talking about experiencing the scourge of remote workers quitting his podcast company:
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