10 Lessons From the Book Moneyball The Art of Winning an Unfair Game by Michael Lewis

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Here are lessons from Moneyball Book

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No matter how successful you are, change is always good. There can never be a status quo. When you have no money you can’t afford long-term solutions, only short-term ones.

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If you’ve got a dozen pitchers, you need to speak 12 different languages.

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If you’ve got a dozen pitchers, you need to speak 12 different languages.

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Every form of strength covers one weakness and creates another, and therefore every form of strength is also a form of weakness and every weakness a strength.

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It is the nature of being the general manager of a baseball team that you have to remain on familiar terms with people you are continually trying to screw.

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if you challenge the conventional wisdom, you will find ways to do things much better than they are currently done.

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