Books that tell you Naruto was right all along

I’ll make this post short because I only read two non-fiction books that vindicate Naruto.

For most of the series, Naruto is told that to be Hokage he had to be a genius or he had to be fated to be Hokage. But Naruto certainly proved people wrong. He worked hard and persevered despite all the setbacks handed his way (eg. being dead last in school, hosting a demonic nine-tailed fox, etc).

If Naruto was ever the reading type, I’d imagine he’d get Boruto to read the following:

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1. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

How long does it take to achieve mastery? Apparently, you need at least 10,000 hours of serious practice. The Beatles and Bill Gates didn’t achieve success by simply thinking up a great idea one day. They had to improve their craft for long periods of time to get to where they are

2. Grit by Angela Duckworth

Are great performance and grades enough to ensure you succeed? With all the roadblocks in your way, you would need passion and perseverance to get to your desired goal

 

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