From rising NPR star Rob Sachsairreverent takes on handling life's sticky situations based on the popular What Would Rob Do? podcast What do you do if you get a bad haircut? Do you have trouble remembering people's names? What happens if you clog the toilet at a friend's house? NPR's Rob Sachs has given prudent and entertaining advice for dealing with all sorts of everyday challenges in his successful What Would Rob Do? podcast series, consulting with experts ranging from Fabio to Erik Estrada on dozens of daily dilemmas and common conundrums. Now he brings a wealth of this advice together in a single survival guide to fixing some of life's most vexing minor mishaps and speed bumps. Entertaining yet practical advice on what to do in tricky life situations Includes tips from interviews Sachs has conducted with celebrity experts Written by Rob Sachs, who has been a producer, reporter, and director for NPR shows including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Day to Day. Sachs also has a successful NPR podcast series What Would Rob Do? tackles the full spectrum of life's absurdities and shows how to turn them into an opportunity for adventure, fun, and best of all, laughter.he wrote songs with names like aLivina#39; on a Prayer, a I wrote songs like aRock for Lovea and aRock Me Always. ... some other guys from my gradegotup with their guitars and wound up being decent, playing a whole arrayofbar chords thatI could never master. Whenmymother had bought me my electric guitar, I toldherIa#39; dplay it foryears. ... I think partofthe courting process is to show no fear, and hide no flaws.
|Title||:||What Would Rob Do|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-03-30|