Napoleon Bonaparte could dictate several different letters addressed to different people at the same time, jumping from one to the other. His memory was incredible as was his concentration.
Fidel Castro holds the Guinness Book of Records title for the longest speech ever delivered at the United Nations: 4 hours and 29 minutes, on Sept. 29, 1960.His longest speech on record in Cuba was 7 hours and 10 minutes in 1986 at the III Communist Party Congress in Havana.
Vicente Fox was a Coca-Cola delivery route man. Within a few years, he found himself the president of Coke’s divisions in Mexico and Central America. Eventually, Fox decided he wanted to be the leader of something else… something big. So, he left Coke and became president of Mexico… proving that if you dream big, you can be just about anything you want.
He thought to be one of the best orators of his time, memorized every speech backwards and forwards ahead of time, to hide his stutter. Also he was a large collector of toy soldiers.
One way to rise above the pack is to become Prime Minister of Canada, as did Jean Chrétien. The pack? He was born 19th of 20 children!
Harry S. Truman &
United States Presidents Ronald Reagan and Harry S. Truman are both ambidextrous. This means they’re equally adept in using both their hand. Harry S. Truman could write Latin with his right hand and Greek on the other.