Author(s): David Gilbertson
Wine Bar Theory is an attitude and an approach to work. It's not about cutting corners, it's about wanting the very best and not settling for less. It's a theory that can pave your road to success.
Author David Gilbertson built a failing company into multi-billion dollar business without waking up at 4:00am or working until midnight. He knows how to work better and get great results. In this pocket-sized book, Gilbertson distills the secrets of his success into 28 simple rules, building a compelling narrative on how to achieve one's goals while still having time to join friends at the wine bar.
Covering workplace issues and business strategy, Wine Bar Theory offers accessible, everyday strategies for creative professionals, entrepreneurs, students, and anyone looking to get ahead in life. The book's engaging illustrations are by Bill Butcher, whose work is seen in the pages of The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and The Economist.
David Gilbertson began his career as a business journalist. As CEO of media company Informa, he developed the oldest newspaper in the world from a losing business into one of the world's largest business media groups, with annual sales of more than a billion dollars. He lives in London where he now works as an independent advisor to media companies and institutional investors. Bill Butcher illustrates for a global roster of clients, including the Financial Times, The Economist, the Wall Street Journal, and Fortune magazine. He lives and works in London.