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Wednesday, 6 June 2007

How To Tie a Tie

Here's the only place where you get the fun-to-watch instantly downloadable necktie knot videos, and simple-to-read instruction manuals, that step-by-step finally show you exactly how to...





Written Tuesday, 1:44 pm

What if I could help you simply learn how to tie a tie, within a matter of minutes -- in a way that CNN calls "Exciting!" and that hundreds of other visitors just like you have found to be really helpful?



Getting ready for a job interview you may be pressed for time and need to get it right right away. You may have an important presentation at work coming up when and where you wish to look your best. Or maybe you penciled in a date with your future spouse and are so excited that you need some last minute assistance on getting the knot to come out perfectly crisp and clean.

So here is my offer to you: Let me coach you by video.

Covering the Windsor, Half Windsor, Four in Hand and Pratt Knot, you and I are going to walk step-by-step through the steps to arrive at that clean and crisp tie knot you see on TV anchors or on the president.


Ultimately, watching the videos will completely take the guesswork out of tying ties all by yourself.
Each video in the series has a 320 x 240 resolution for comfortable viewing and easy playback on your Windows PC or Apple Mac. They all contain a short introduction on the respective knot, a computer animation of the individual steps to follow and then me teaching you for real -- walking you step-by-step through every knot.

Just so you can see for yourself, here's a quick peak inside:




(1) The Windsor Knot Video ...








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(2) The Half Windsor Knot Video ...






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(3) The Four in Hand Knot Video ...






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(4) The Pratt Knot Video ...







If you let me coach you today, you'll also receive the bonus Tie Knot Video Series Workbook in addition to the videos.

The workbook comes as a PDF document and contains step-by-step instructions for all four tie knots similar to those on the website but with steps broken down even further, better graphics and actual photo results of what your tie knots should look like.






Bonus PDF workbook if you let me coach you today

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3 comments:

The All Seeing Eye said...

and if I only had this when I was 12....

AnimeshSingh said...

thanks for your information, i am getting so many problem whenever i knot a tie, on reading you post then i understant How to Tie a Necktie

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