I suppose the best case scenario would be that we all convince everybody we meet of libertarianism, and model how best to communicate it to everybody they meet. I don't see that as ever happening, of course.
I wonder though if it really is a problem of communication. Certainly the better the communication, the, ... better. But I've tried communicating these ideas in many ways (even with a single person) and my success rate is sadly not that high. Most people aren't swayed with logic and good communication skills in my experience.
But maybe that's just me. Stef is a very logical person and a great communicator and his audience is very big.
What I would hate to be the case is that I've been focusing all of this effort on my ability to communicate ideas when it was never that in the first place that sways people.
I'm mostly just thinking out loud. Feel free to tell me that I'm wrong.
"There's no better way to grow and to gain mastery over a particular skill than by experiencing joy of failure over and over again. Because of this, there's no better way to stunt a child's growth and to mold them into functionally inert, insecure and frightened adults, who will never know the pleasures that often come from taking risks, by taking away such opportunities to learn from mistakes[...]" - Joel Patterson