For much of his life, Buffett struggled with a crippling fear of public speaking.  “I would throw up,” he told biographer Alice Schroeder in The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life. “In fact, I arranged my life so I never had to get up in front of anybody.”  How did Buffett overcome his fear to eventually become one of the most engaging, relatable, and revered business communicators of all time? Simple: practice, practice, practice.