You certainly have made quite a few communication errors here. It's difficult to take seriously advice from someone who uses such poor spelling and grammar. You misspelled or misused: lose, let's, interested, since, downtown, technically-competent, résumé, himself, and chronological, among others.
Beyond these simple errors, which stand out like a sore thumb, your advice is certainly not unique or new to anyone who has ever hunted for a job. What is unique is your reasoning, but I assure you that does not mean it is sound.
Tell us, would you consider Stephen Hawking socially incompetent? How about Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson? He is quite technically-competent but also charismatic and engaging. Trotting out that old canard that nerds, geeks, and other technology savvy people are socially incompetent---and slipping in that weasel phrase "for most people"---will win you no respect, clients, or business.