This I would do instead item caught my attention: "If I went back to college again I'd concentrate on learning to write and to speak before an audience. Nothing in life is more important than the ability to communicate effectively."
Leslie Lynch King Jr. July 14, 1913-December 26, 2006
Leslie played on 2 national Champion Michigan teams, though he was born in Nebraska.
When but a child his father Leslie King, a wool trader threatened to kill his mother with a butcher knife. His Mother divorced when Leslie was 16 days old. He waited on tables, washed dishes to help pay his college costs and according to President Johnson he played most of his football career without a helmet. Served in the US Navy in the Pacific theatre, highly decorated. Eventually he became president of the United States. His wife became famous as a recovering alcoholic and helped multitudes overcome the addiction.
Leslie Lynch King Jr. Better known by his stepfather's name, Gerald Rudolph Ford Jr. 38th President of the United States wished he had spent more effort learning to effectively write and speak.
One key to good writing and speaking is reading great literature and listening to great speakers. Those who read the Bible have advantage as Godís Word contains the grandest oratorical flights in all history.
2 Timothy 2:15 "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."