The Most Under-Appreciated Skill

The most under-appreciated skill in the modern world is someone who can explain the complex in simple terms without trivializing it.

Scott Berkun

Anyone want to suggest other contenders for the title?

4 thoughts on “The Most Under-Appreciated Skill

  1. I had a college professor who could do that. Dr. Donald B. DeYoung. I sat there and watched him explain the ideal gas laws (Boyle’s Law and so on) to a group of undergrad students, none of whom were science majors, in twenty minutes, and *everyone* got it. It was amazing.

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