Mike Faber is an acclaimed author and expert in the art of science and leadership and sales.
In this sample excerpt of my interview with Mike for the book, he talks about his journey to public speaking success, as well as why he believes speaking is a combination of innate hubris and humility, as well as a learned skill. “A writer [or speaker] doesn’t have to have the answers,” he says. “The writer has to have something to say. And I think my job as a speaker is not so much to give people answers, but it’s to prod their intellect. And to provoke them a little bit into thinking about things in new and different ways.”
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“I think you have to be born with a little bit of hubris, as well as, humility. And the hubris is the idea that you can get up on the platform and have something intelligent to say. “
~ Mike Faber
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