Gq how to win at life
GQ How to Win at Life: The Expert Guide to Excelling at Everything You Do by Charlie BurtonEssential skills from the best-selling mens magazine on looking sharp and living smart.
Based on personal expertise, interviews with foremost authorities and wisdom from GQs editors, Charlie Burton shows men how to win at fashion, sport, food and drink, work, romance, travel -- well, everything.
Eight chapters comprising 75 entries cover lifes must-have skills. Bold illustrations highlight the succinct step-by-step instructions that will guarantee success. The essentials include:
Food and Drink
How to barbecue perfectly using science How to make the definitive Dirty Martini Friends and Lovers
How to dance without looking like a dad How to buy a diamond like a dealer Showing Off
How to sing like a professional musician How to saber champagne the Laurent Perrier way Sports and Fitness
How to free dive like a merman How to hit an unreturnable squash serve On the Move
How to sleep on a night flight How to pack a suit The Unexpected
How to escape a sinking car How to survive a dog attack Style Secrets
How to spot a fake Rolex How to tie a foolproof bow tie Work and Career
How to pull an all-nighter How to nail office politics. For 30 years, GQ has been the premier magazine for millions of men around the world. GQ How To Win At Life brings the best in one handsome package.
GQ How to Win at Life: The expert guide to excelling at everything you do
Want to cook like Jamie Oliver , dive like Tom Daley , perform mind-blowing magic like Dynamo, or start a business the Richard Branson way? Based on exclusive interviews, its illustrated, step-by-step guides show you how to excel at fashion, sport, food and drink, work, romance, travel and more. Naturally, many of the experts inside are familiar names. We interviewed Tracey Emin about how to display art like an artist, for instance, and spoke to Chef Nobu for our guide to mastering sushi etiquette. To find out how to neutralise a crisis we spoke to Alastair Campbell ; to learn how to sing like a star we phoned Jorja Smith.
Charlie Burton is a journalist based in London.
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Sam Sethi: Charlie, first of all, please tell everybody who you are and what you actually do for a living? Charlie Burton: Sure. Did you have a favourite interviewee or interviewer? CB: We had lots of great people, that were generous enough to spare their time. I spoke with Richard Branson, Jamie Oliver, people like that. Tom Daley was lovely.