Yesterday I was interviewed on NPR about great commencement speeches, and presentations in general. They had me on for the hour and we talked about Steve Job’s Stanford speech, a diferent speech commonly called the worst of all time, as well as lots of general advice on all kinds of speaking. Thanks to the Regina Brett show for having me on.

MP3 here / listen online here

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4 Responses to “my NPR interview about great speeches”

  1. Jeff Sauro |

    Scott,

    Great interview. I had originally interpreted your blog post line “we talked about Steve Job’s Stanford speech, a speech commonly called the worst of all time, as well as lots of general advice ..” to mean the Steve Job’s Stanford speech was the worst of all time. After hearing your interview I see it’s just the opposite, and after sitting just a few feet in front of him during that speech agree with you!

    Jeff

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