All the advice you really need to be confident and authentic at work, even when you have no idea what’s going on.
Ross McCammon learned the hard way. When he was invited to come to New York to write at Esquire magazine at the age of thirty, Texas-born Ross was sure he was doomed to fail. He was thrown in the deep end in one of the most stylish and competitive cities in the world. But he soon realised that everyone felt like he did, and that no one feels like an insider. In short - everyone's faking it.
Now, in The Impostor's Handbook, he offers a funny and frank guide to pretending you are as charming, relaxed, interesting and witty as you want to be. With chapters on interviews, handshakes, entering a room, how to email like Robert De Niro, how to ‘do’ lunch, drinks, chitchat, when to shut up, and how to employ a profanity, The Impostor's Handbook throws the conventional self-help wisdom out of the window and gives you all the ammunition you need to fake your own bona fide success story.
Don’t go to work without it.