Analysis Of David And Goliath 's ' The Giants Game '

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Thesis
David and Goliath is a book that talks about what happens when everyday people confront giants. Sometimes what we think is an advantage becomes a disadvantage. We realize that weakness becomes a strength as we learn to compensate for it. Trying to play the Giants game is rarely successful. To win against the Giants you have to try different strategies. Underdogs fight differently that giants do. When you face you giants these are some possible things that may happen when we face our giants.

Introduction
You have to adopt a different strategy to win. In life we often miss-read the odds, assuming they are deeply stacked against them. In life the qualities that give us strength are the same as when we show our fear. It is tough
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Sometimes doing what you think is best is the right thing to do.
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