7 Winning Lessons From Book Moneyball by Michael Lewis

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

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.

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.

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

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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