What are the Top Tips (for Life) from Martha Lane Fox & Brent Hoberman?
Have you ever wondered what the uber-successful Martha Lane Fox and Brent Hoberman would name as their top tips for life? After all they have enjoyed great success in their business lives, so you could imagine they must have some great lifestyle tips up their sleeves as well. If so then hunt out the newly published 'TOP TIPS FOR LIFE' and have a read.
Launched in March 2007 as a website, Top Tips is the brainchild of Kate Reardon, set up when she realised:
"there was no automatic place for women to find the conventional words of wisdom that, generations ago, would have been passed down from mother to daughter".
Within a very short space of time the website, where real women post real tips for real life, became a worldwide phenomenon, and a book went in to the planning. TOP TIPS FOR LIFE compiles the best of this advice, shedding light on areas such as dating, gardening, style, friendship and happiness.
'Top Tips is beyond fabulous – it’s cool, funny and fantastically useful’ Anya Hindmarch
Now comes this indispensable manual for life, brimming with brilliant and essential suggestions on how to do absolutely anything, from getting gum out of your hair to looking younger, from cooking the perfect soft boiled egg to celebrity Top Tips on the secret of happiness itself…
The book includes Top Tips on How to be Happy from our very own female internet hero Martha Lane Fox, as well as David Cameron, Alexander McCall Smith, Brent Hoberman, Charles Dunstone, Claudia Winkleman, Donatella Versace, Jemima Khan, Jilly Cooper, John Sergeant, Kirstie Allsop, Peter Gabriel and Salman Rushdie.
It's fun to see the changes in use of technology in 2010 - now with ventures making their names online first before publishing offline. If you are one of those people who misses short and to the point tips or just wants to find out a small piece of invaluable advice from internet biggies Martha Lane Fox and Brent Hoberman then this book is for you.
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