Practical advice on everything from making the bed to shaking hands to flirting, all from experts in their fields.
A "Cliffs Notes for life", this practical guide features 100 original essays by leading experts from around the world who offer their unparalleled insights into how to perform everyday tasks, from remembering names to ironing a shirt. It features both the famous (like Suze Orman) and the lesser known (like the head groundskeeper at Fenway Park).
Hear a range of experts: everyone from Donald Trump (negotiating) to Stephen Covey (managing your time) to Debbi Fields (baking great cookies). Let Ira Glass teach you how to tell an interesting story, and Larry King explain the art of listening.
The Experts' Guide to 100 Things Everyone Should Know How to Do brings together the best of the best, offering the world's most valuable advice. It includes:
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I question the reasoning behind creating this audio book. Many of the tips are common sense (who doesn't know how to open a wine bottle?), and most are useless. The trouble is that you cannot easily skip to the tips you like. In written form, you could easily go to the tips that interest you, or revisit them when you want to take that particular task on.
Listening to the tips at a stretch was boring and a waste of time.
This would make a good bathroom book.
The narration was very good.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
This was not a good listen. It was boring and a waste of my time- it made me appreciate my radio. I listened to all 100 hoping that one of them would be worth my time. Alas- nary one.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful