Why We Sleep
by Matthew Walker
Why We Sleep motivates us to get more (and better quality) sleep by unveiling the recent scientific findings on why sleep deprivation is detrimental to our health.
Why We Work
by Barry Schwartz
Why We Work interrogates the purpose of work in our lives by examining what traits make work feel meaningful and which questions companies should ask to maximize the motivation of their employees.
Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person
by The School of Life
This book from The School of Life sheds light on the most common misconceptions about marriage and finding suitable life partners.
Why “A” Students Work for “C” Students and “B” Students Work for the Government
by Robert T Kiyosaki
Why "A" Students Work For "C" Students contains Robert Kiyosaki's lessons on how the global financial crisis is the result of a lack of education, showing parents how to become truly money literate so that they can teach their kids how to attain financial freedom.
by Cheryl Strayed
Wild: A Journey From Lost to Found is the honest, emotionally charged account of Cheryl Strayed's solo three-month hike along the US's Pacific Crest Trail - an earth-shattering tale on the depths of loss and the meaning of healing.
Will It Fly?
by Pat Flynn
Will It Fly is a step-by-step guide to testing out our business ideas, making sure our new venture matches who we are, and not wasting time or money on something people won't want, so your business won't just run, but fly.
by Roy F. Baumeister
Willpower is a blend of practical tips and the latest scientific research on self-control, explaining how willpower works, what you can do to improve it, how to optimize it and which steps to take when it fails you.
Willpower Doesn't Work
by Benjamin Hardy
Willpower Doesn't Work shows you how to change your life in a more efficient way than relying on sheer grit alone by identifying the importance of your environment and other factors that affect your productivity so you can become your best self.
by Bill McDermott with Joanne Gordon
Winners Dream will inspire you to get moving with the incredible rags-to-riches story of Bill McDermott, who went from humble beginnings to become the CEO of SAP, the biggest business software company in the world.
Winners: and How They Succeed
by Alastair Campbell
Winners: And How They Succeed draws on years of research and extensive interviews with a wide array of successful people to deliver a blueprint for what it takes to win in life based on strategy, leadership and team-building.
by Jack Welch
Winning is Jack Welch's manual to becoming an astonishing manager and leader, which gives you practical tools to manage the finances, strategy and, most importantly, the people of your company.
Without Their Permission
by Alexis Ohanian
Without Their Permission is Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian's plea to you to start something, as he lays out how anyone can use the internet to shape the future of the 21st century without having to get a yes from somebody else first.
Women & Power
by Mary Beard
One of Britain's best-known scholars shares her thoughts on women's struggles for power in modern Western society, by demonstrating just how deeply influenced we still are by ancient, patriarchal narratives.
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by Big Think
From multi-medium web portal Big Think, Women Helping Women Succeed in the Workplace is a collection of content from five successful women designed to empower women with the advice they need in career management, leadership, and diversity.
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by Syamla Bandla
Facebook Director of Product Engineering Syamla Bandla shares some wisdom based on her personal experience of building a personal brand in tech.
Women's Leadership Masterclass
by Marshall Goldsmith
Women's Leadership Masterclass helps women to understand and overcome those behaviours and habits that keep them from rising up the top in their careers and life.
Women, Race & Class
by Angela Y. Davis
Women, Race and Class explores the ways mainstream feminism has failed to account for the experiences of women outside of the white upper and middle classes.
by Steven Johnson
Wonderland highlights how much of societal and technological progress stems from those who simply play. Discover history's greatest dabblers and how they helped build the future.
Words Can Change Your Brain
by Andrew Newberg
Words Can Change Your Brain is the ultimate guide to becoming an expert communicator and using psychology to your advantage, teaching you how to express yourself better, listen more, and create an environment of trust with anyone you speak with.
Work Remotely: Thrive in a Job from Home
by Darren Murph
Darren Murph shares his personal experience as a remote worker and provides valuable pointers into how we can also make the transition from a regular nine to five to full time remote work.
Work the System
by Sam Carpenter
Work The System will fundamentally change the way you view the world, by showing you the systems all around you and giving you the guiding principles to influence the right ones to make your business successful.