You look so much better in person : true stories of absurdity and success / Al Roker.
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- ISBN: 9780316426794
- ISBN: 0316426792
- Physical Description: vi, 216 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Hachette Go, an imprint of Hachette Books, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
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Assumptions are not your friend -- If you're gonna cry, know how to cry -- Keep your day job -- Know the cards and play your best hand -- You encounter more personalities than people -- A spoonful of humor helps everything go down -- Madness without a reason is straight-up insanity -- Get your piece of the pie -- Crying in your oatmeal-soy-almond latte never helps anything -- Get up an hour before you need to -- Don't goober smoocher -- Unless you're *literally* the sun, work doesn't revolve around you -- You don't need to be the top banana -- Don't freak out -- Never say no and say yes -- Build your own A-Team.
The "Today Show" co-anchor shares his life lessons on success and happiness in a humorous essay collection.
These days, the road to success can feel jam-packed with scheduling, networking, nonstop hustle, and flat-out absurdity. And no one knows that better than Al Roker-beloved cohost of the Today Show, weatherperson extraordinaire, and the man we all secretly wish we could turn to for wisdom and wisecracks in our everyday lives. Al has learned worthwhile lessons over a long successful career. And now, for the first time, Al is ready to unleash savvy advice on how to embrace happiness and the power of saying "yes," alongside a host of humorous tips and tricks about how to succeed in life. In You Look So Much Better in Person, Al teaches us how we can weather the storm of life, no matter how torrential the downpour, and shares anecdotes from his own treasure trove of memories in the spotlight. And it hasn't always been easy-believe it or not, even Al has been yelled at by his boss, suffered an emotional breakdown at work, and told he'd be better suited in another position. Within these pages, he looks back on his own career and shares valuable "Altruisms" that can be applied to our own endeavors.
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