Creator of the Dilbert comic. Author of The Dilbert Principle, God's Debris, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, and coming soon: Win Bigly
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  • Oh also Scott, unfortunately you were way out of your league debatin...g Sam Harris! You didn't come out of that one looking very good! Or very empathetic to your fellow citizens! He is Brilliant!! But don't feel too bad...he has made a lot smarter people look quite mortal!! See More
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About 30% of the people who have so far watched my video about Trump's tweets didn't realize I was joking.

Scott Adams tells you how President Trump destroyed civilization with his Morning Joe Tweets. — Pleasanton, CA, United States
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I tell you why the Comey firing is so entertaining. (But not to Comey.)

What do Bernie Sanders’ hair and CNN have in common today? They are both saying, “Comey” every time you look at them.
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Daniel T. McCaffery
· April 30, 2017
It can be hard to see the world the way that Mr. Adams describes it....but I think that, after you see enough of the conflict in your own life, it can be even h...arder NOT to. He eloquently explained conclusions that I had mostly reached before I even read his blog or book. People are not entirely rational, and it makes sense to me, since none of us know everything. The world is complex enough that we each make simplifying assumptions in order to navigate it. As cynical as he can seem, Mr. Adams has still make a good point about how we can use that realization to be more tolerant. When we're frustrated by how irrational people are, we can remind ourselves that we're irrational too. The other people may be wrong, but it's possible that we are just as wrong ourselves. Another teacher of mine said that, as we grow older, we learn how much we don't know. I think that if you can become comfortable with that uncertainty, you can learn to get along with others better. See More
Roger D. Taylor
· 14 hours ago
Difficult to find someone who is funny, logical, informative & entertaining at the same time. From Dilbert, Twitter, Scott's blog & Periscopes, just can't get ...enough. His book "How to Fail at almost Everything & Still Win Big" is so enlightening for me and I highly recommend it to young adults for a head start in life.

Looking forward to Scott's upcoming "Win Bigly" available for pre-order on Amazon coming out Oct. 31, 2017.

Thanks Scott for all you do!!
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Dan Raymer
· April 20, 2017
Why is it that the smartest guy in the country is the worst artist in history?

Scott Adams makes more sense than all the politicians and most of the scientist...s.

And I am one. A scientist that is, not a politician. OK actually I'm an engineer, but that just means that I'm a scientist who can tighten a bolt without hurting myself.

Usually.
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Preston Park
· April 12, 2017
Best advice from "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big" is to take care of yourself first to put yourself in a position to give back more. I still... do my fair share of pro bono work, but I have a firm cutoff. (To be fair, Victoria Warner gave me that advice too.)

Read everything Scott Adams writes, including the blog and external resources he talks about. Hypnotisms is worth studying, for example. Even if you have no interest in practicing hypnotism, it will change how you think about communication.

The biggest caveat is that his diet advice may or may not work for you. The system that works for me is just to keep track of all the calories I eat. Other folks have had some luck doing it the Scott Adams way, but having a system is critical.

In conclusion, you will probably want to visit my Facebook page because it has pictures of food.
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Ken Day
· April 12, 2017
Scott Adams is one of the few people that maintains my respect. He actually THINKS before repeating talking points. He is more trustworthy than most internet us...ers. Hopefully more people will learn from him and become thinkers themselves. Opinion matters much less than fact and knowing the difference is important. Maintaining humor and listening to others might lead you to just the answer you've been seeking no matter how unlikely the expectation. . See More
Dan Parisi
· May 15, 2017
Regardless of your politics or education level, Mr. Adams will expand your thinking in unexpected ways. He is also hilarious and very clever, as you may know fr...om "Dilbert," and admirably courageous. He has risked his reputation and career in service to knowledge. He is the epitome of an enlightened man. Thank you, Mr. Adams! See More
Jesse Leon
· May 14, 2017
I've been a fan for years. Today I woke up to read my daily Dilbert, something I have been doing for years. I found a Sunday comic that essentially takes a very... negative side on climate change. I ignored your support of Trump, and now I regret it. I didn't realize how very foolish your beliefs are. See More
Alan Walters Palmer
· April 21, 2017
Writing a funny page about cubicles has led to Scott Adams trying his hand at a form of basically amateur philosophy. A boring and predictable blogger with the same opinions your drunk uncle loves to defend.
One star.
Jim Mahaffey
· May 29, 2017
Stephen Covey used a similar evaluation of people in his management training by having the managers look at the gut feeling of the "customer" As I have said before if you don't like the word "persuasion" try using the word 'propaganda" both fit the need for influencing people.
Frank Byrne
· April 27, 2017
Yeah, that Scott Adams. The guy who brought us Dilbert, whose glib observation translates perfectly into an awesome blog. Check it out, if you are not intimidated by unfiltered, non PC, commentary.
Rod Beirau
· April 20, 2017
I think Scott Adams has an excellent understanding of people on a one by one basis and In groups. What motivates, scares, and whatever else makes them make decisions. Frankly it's sometimes scary how well he predicts the human response
Hugh Halloran
· July 1, 2017
He's who you want to be. That older wiser cooler dope-smoking uncle who somehow manages to pull in a yuge income by pointing out the obvious that most folks miss.
Stephen Carr
· April 14, 2017
The only guy who has been right on Trump from DAY 1.

TRIGGER WARNING!!!
If you are a liberal who denies truth when it is inconvenient, you should see yourself right off this page in a huge hurry.
Ancilla van de Leest
· April 12, 2017
Scott Adam is the greatest thinker of our time because he's written a bunch of great books.
Erik Schepers
· May 14, 2017
Scott Adams doesn't understand science, and subsequently makes cartoons that remove any doubt as to his scientific credentials.
Azis Isa
· May 2, 2017
Scott Adams posts are well-thought, to the point and full of good humor.
Steve Campbell
· May 24, 2017
Totally solid guy. Very thoughtful opinions. Always ready to dish the goods
Jim Robinson
· May 16, 2017
Have loved the Dilbert "wisdom" from day one! And I was motivated to do this review by your May 14th strip. Brilliant! Keep it up!!
Tammy Cohen
· April 12, 2017
Scott is an Oracle. If you are not following him, it's your loss.
Michael Harms
· April 12, 2017
What would it look like if Mr. Data was elected president of the US?
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President Trump gives the Master Persuader answer to the question of whether U.S. sabotaged those North Korean rocket launches. (Well played.)

"I'd rather not discuss it. But perhaps they're just not very good missiles,"
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I couldn't resist.

“What do the non-fiction writers think? https://t.co/G7ZGxdnGZ7
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I tell you how the WhenHub hackathon is a system, not a goal, and why that matters.

A goal-oriented startup would have a specific customer and a specific product in mind. If that doesn’t work out, the startup might have enough cash left over for a pivot, or maybe two, to try again. But in each case, there is a specific goal. And the way startups work, the odds of any particular sta...
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I tell you how to make a nuclear deal with North Korea by using a "fake because."

One of the most useful things I learned in business school was that you can usually make a deal whenever the parties involved don’t want full control of the same limited resources. That’s why a peace deal in Israel is impossible – because both sides want the same land. But that’s a rare situation (f...
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I tell you about the terrible, terrible relationship between the U.S. and Russia.

Everyone is saying the relationship between the United States and Russia is really, really bad right now. President Trump says it is bad. Russia agrees. All the pundits agree too.
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I'm installing acoustic tiles in my home broadcast studio. It is mind-boggling that I can compete in news cycles in real time now.

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