A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie by Antwone Fisher is about much more than just learning how to tie a tie. Filled with inspirational stories and practical instructions, it teaches the basics of personal hygiene, organizational skills, making wise financial decisions, healthy living, finding good role models, and other life lessons. With this advise, young men can learn how reflect on the outside what he's becoming on the inside. Hardcover.
LIFE LESSONS AND HARD-EARNED ADVICE THAT EVERY BOY NEEDS TO BECOME A MAN—AND EVERY MAN NEEDS TO BECOME A RESPECTED CITIZEN
ANTWONE FISHER ALWAYS ADMIRED his foster father’s crisp sartorial style. It wasn’t until Fisher was a navy recruit that he realized this smartly dressed man had never taken the time to teach him how to be well-groomed—to reflect on the outside the man he was becoming on the inside. "A boy ought to know how to tie a tie," he thought angrily, as he struggled to master the navy’s required half-Windsor knot.
Filled with inspiring stories, wisdom, and practical know-how, A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie
- Basics of personal style and hygiene: why cleaning, trimming, and polishing are essential daily habits
- Key components of self-improvement: how to develop a routine for success and organize your personal space
- The importance of identity: why reinventing oneself is a necessary part of growing up
With additional information about healthy eating, making smart financial decisions, and finding role models, Antwone Fisher offers a book filled with accessible life lessons.
Antwone Fisher is an award-winning producer and screenwriter and the author of the bestselling memoir Finding Fish and Who Will Cry for the Little Boy?, a collection of poetry.
“I urge young men everywhere to read Fisher’s compelling guide to manhood.”
—President Bill Clinton
“Antowne’s own life story is more than fascinating. He has achieved against all odds and this book will help young boys learn to become successful men.”