Each section brings in experts from various fields to explain concepts like: “How to Create the Habits of a Hero” and “How to Defend Women (and Men) in this Age of the Hashtag.” And because we need icons to look up to, Miniter includes “Portraits of Gentleman,” a collection of short bios on inspirational men like Charlton Heston and Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
Donald Trump Jr., whose insight is provided through a Q&A within the pages of this book, said, “It used to be that a man was ideally expected to try to be well-rounded, to be a Renaissance man ... who is well read ... who understands and has honed both the physical and the intellectual parts of himself, who is a gentleman and who will stand up for what’s right in small ways around the workplace and in big ways in times of great national peril. I don’t want to give up these American ideals. I also don’t think most Americans want to give them up. That’s why The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide to the Workplace is a must read.”