Using Questions to Foster Critical Thinking and Curiosity
by Joshua Miller
In Using Questions to Foster Critical Thinking and Curiosity, executive and personal coach Joshua Miller will teach you how to determine the right questions to ask for self-improvement and career advancement.
Utopia for Realists
by Rutger Bregman
Utopia for Realists presents a case for progressive policies like a universal basic income, open borders, and a 15-hour workweek for an equal and better world.
This informative course from vaccinology experts at the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy answers critical questions about vaccine safety and how vaccines are being deployed to end the Covid-19 pandemic.
by Rolf Potts
Vagabonding will change your relationship to money and travel by showing you that long-term life on the road isn't reserved solely for privileged people, and will give you the tools you need to start living a life of adventure, simplicity, and contentment.
by Jeremy Langmead
Vain Glorious is the clueless man's guide to unraveling his unique beauty and aging gracefully.
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by Jenny Foss
Video Interview Tips shares everything there is to know about video interviews, full of practical and simple ways to seize the opportunity and achieve maximum results.
Video Marketing For Personal and Brand Pages
by Goldie Chan
In LinkedIn Video Marketing for Personal and Brand Pages, leading video content creator Goldie Chan reveals how to merge video promotion and LinkedIn together to entice new clientele, increasing your brand exposure and recognition.
Vincent and Theo: The Van Gogh Brothers
by Deborah Heiligman
Using the letters Vincent van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo, Deborah Heiligman sifts through the myth to create a visceral biographical portrait of the well-known artist.
Viral Marketing and How to Craft Contagious Content
by Jonah Berger
Create a viral marketing campaign with this course from best-selling author and marketing professor Jonah Berger.
Waiting for 'Superman'
by Davis Guggenheim
Waiting for 'Superman' is a documentary that critically examines the many different aspects of the American public education system, as told through the perspectives of the students and families struggling to navigate it.
by Piers Morgan
Piers Morgan takes on the modern dilemma of a liberal society in which irrelevant anger, performative activism, and deep polarization overshadow serious problems like a healthcare crisis, looming wars, climate change, and the coronavirus pandemic.
by Sam Harris
At a time when 20% of Americans consider themselves 'spiritual but not religious,' Waking Up asks whether a solidly secular perspective can still embrace the unknown.
by Henry David Thoreau
Walden details Henry David Thoreau's two-year stay in a self-built cabin by a lake in the woods, sharing what he learned about solitude, nature, work, thinking and fulfillment during his break from modern city life.
by Catherine Coleman Flowers
Environmental health advocate Catherine Coleman Flowers shares the ongoing story of how she's devoting her life to dealing with the failing wastewater management systems in the poor rural areas of the Southern U.S.
Watch the Sound: Auto-Tune
by Mark Ronson
When auto-tuning technology first hit the music scene, using it was viewed as cheating. Today, according to music producer Mark Ronson, it fuels innovation and creative expression in modern music: but why?
Watch the Sound: Sampling
by Mark Ronson
Grammy-winning record producer Mark Ronson explores the history of sampling in hip-hop music in his Apple TV+ series, Watch the Sound.
Way of the Wolf: Straight Line Selling
by Jordan Belfort
In this engaging book, the original 'Wolf of Wall Street' takes us through his foolproof method for turning practically anyone into a top-performing sales person.
Ways of Being Published
by Michelle Tea
Publish your first book with Ways of Being Published, where author Michelle Tea provides insight into finding an agent, identifying the right publishing house for you, and the world of self-publishing.
We Have Always Been Here
by Samra Habib
We Have Always Been Here is the witty and sincere debut memoir of Samra Habib, a queer Muslim author of Pakistani Canadian descent.
Weapons of Math Destruction
by Cathy O’Neil
Weapons of Math Destruction is a detailed look at the dark side of data science and how it could impact life as we know it.
Web Of Deceit
by Mark Curtis
Web of Deceit is a strident critique of British Foreign Policy post Second World War which discusses how Britain has contributed to increasing global inequality and injustice.