Monday, October 14, 2019

Dilert says!

Advice from Scott Adams via Dilbert!


Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, says:
“I always advise young people to become good public speakers”.
Anyone can do that, he says, with practice.
“Suddenly you’re in charge or maybe you are starting your own company. Capitalism rewards things that are both rare and valuable.” If you are good at public speaking and one other skill, you make yourself more rare and valuable.
Before Warren Buffett made one dime of money, he took a Dale Carnegie course on public speaking.


1 comment:

  1. No doubt, being an effective public speaker is a powerful too. I had my son in musical theater at age 9, and Toastmasters at the age of 16, for that vary reason . . . I would say, there's nothing easy about it, for most. It takes courage, organization, a great subject, an ability to tell a good story, and an ability to appeal to the right crowd with the right message