How to Win at Everything: Even Things You Can't or Shouldn't Try to Win At

How to Win at Everything Even Things You Can t or Shouldn t Try to Win At Nobody wants to be a loser With this revolutionary new handbook readers will learn how to win at literally everything even things that aren t contests and that you can t or shouldn t try to win at

  • Title: How to Win at Everything: Even Things You Can't or Shouldn't Try to Win At
  • Author: Daniel Kibblesmith Sam Weiner
  • ISBN: 9781452113319
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nobody wants to be a loser With this revolutionary new handbook, readers will learn how to win at literally everything even things that aren t contests, and that you can t or shouldn t try to win at, such as dreaming, apologizing, and talking on the phone with your mom Crucial illustrated advice and instruction guides would be winners through activities including bird wNobody wants to be a loser With this revolutionary new handbook, readers will learn how to win at literally everything even things that aren t contests, and that you can t or shouldn t try to win at, such as dreaming, apologizing, and talking on the phone with your mom Crucial illustrated advice and instruction guides would be winners through activities including bird watching start by spotting common species like pigeons, or dogs , job interviews maintain eye contact very smart people do not need to blink , and many scenarios for success In sharing their hard won knowledge, the authors noted experts at this sort of thing help readers become the future winners they were meant to be actually, like dozens of things

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    One thought on “How to Win at Everything: Even Things You Can't or Shouldn't Try to Win At”

    1. I don’t know why I bothered to finish this book, but I do know why I chose to begin it. A few weeks ago—July 18th, 2017, to be exact—I read a very funny New Yorker article entitled “It’s Time for Hillary Clinton to Bow Gracefully out of all Public Life, Along With all Other Women” by Daniel Kibblesmith. In it, the author creates the persona of a man who complains about Hillary Clinton’s continued media presence, but is actually more bothered by the women in his own life: his wife, [...]

    2. I received this book for free through the First Reads program.How to Win at Everything: Even Things You Can't or Shouldn't Try to Win At is a book that is desperately trying to be wry, ironic, and funny, but just ends up being another book that tries too hard and delivers too little. Written and illustrated by Daniel Kibblesmith and Sam Weiner, who both list The Onion News Network as previous writing engagements among others, the book is a fake guide to "winning." The concept is broadly interpr [...]

    3. I'm a huge fan of these guys on Twitter, and this book has indeed taught me how to win at every single objective I've ever had! Thank you Wiener/Kibblesmith Enterprises!

    4. This book tries too hard to be funny, but it’s not. The cover is cute - yellow with fake awards on it. The small trim size is good for portability, and the inside of the book is a mixture of text, drawings and charts. The typeface varies in size depending on the subject, and the palate of the pages is nice - black, white, grays and blues. But the actual content didn’t make me laugh once. I thought it was obnoxious and not as sharp as it could’ve been. For example, under the Introduction, i [...]

    5. I bought this book and read it in one day, completely unaware that this book was actually filled with sarcastic and stupid jokes, instead of teaching someone how to "win" and "succeed" in life. The jokes fell flat, it tried too hard. I wished I could get that hour back from my life. Why make a self-help book when it does nothing but give stupid scenerios and stupid jokes?!?!?! As a person who laughs at almost anything, with a great sense of humor, I found nothing in this book funny. 1 star for w [...]

    6. This is a pretty funny book. I think the authors did an excellent job balancing the realistic and the absurd without ever slipping out of character. It's a very quick read, which I think is definitely a strength (it's a good gimmick, but they knew when to say goodbye rather than dragging on forever and ever. Looking at you, Scrubs). There were definitely some formatting issues with the Kindle edition, so I'd strongly recommend getting an actual physical copy.

    7. I received this book for free through First Reads. It was fun to read, and made me even chuckle to myself at times. I'm definitely going to recommend this book to my brother, who will appreciate this kind of humor.

    8. Decent gag gift, but it's a single-read kind of joke book by a couple Onion writers. Also, it's a joke book and not a guide, just so's you know.

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