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Weekly Mystery 3

Weekly Mystery 3

In Stop Trying To Please Everyone there is a video that shows Malcolm Gladwell ruminating on the idea that there is no such thing as a perfect spaghetti sauce. He illustrated this point with the story of Howard Moskowitz. Your mission is to look into this further.

We want you to find out:

  • What event did he use to prove this point?
  • Since there isn’t one perfect sauce, how many did they eventually settle on?
  • What product turns out to completely resistant to “Moskowitz’ Rule”?

Leave your answers in the comments.

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