Writer and civic advocate Pete Davis argues that to embrace life to the fullest, we should embrace long-term commitments instead of endlessly flitting between different options.
Garry Kasparov, Mig Greengard
Deep Thinking is a recap of the past fifty years of the information revolution and an attempt to identify where AI technology may lead us.
In Deep Web, filmmaker Alex Winter highlights the arrest of Ross Ulbricht, a man accused of creating and operating the popular black market site Silk Road, best known as a place to buy and sell drugs online.
Deep Work proposes that we've lost our ability to focus deeply and completely immerse ourselves in a complex task, showing us how to cultivate this skill and focus more than ever before.
Defining and Achieving Professional Goals
This course provides a set of guidelines to help you set your career goals in a way that is attainable, realistic, and in line with your strengths.
Defining the Concept of Culture
University of Leeds, Haynes Collins
This online course from the University of Leeds explores how our definition of culture shapes society and our interactions with other cultures.
Delegation Mastery: Increase Productivity & Hit Your Goals!
Steve Ballinger, MBA
In this course, Steve Ballinger shows how effectively delegating tasks can create better outcomes and satisfaction for everyone involved.
Delivering Happiness explains how the online shoe retailer Zappos built a unique company culture and customer experience that turned into a billion-dollar business.
Depression, Anxiety, and Other Things We Don't Want to Talk About
Ryan Casey Waller
Pastor Ryan Casey Waller encourages an honest conversation about mental issues and emphasizes the importance of interaction between mental, spiritual, and physical health from a Christian perspective.
António R. Damásio
'Descartes' Error' uses neuroscience and interesting case studies to help us understand and identify how the body and our emotions play a vital role in logical thinking - so you can hack your thinking abilities and improve your life.
Descartes: A Very Short Introduction
A comprehensive overview of René Descartes' life and works from leading contemporary philosopher Tom Sorell.
Designing Your Career
Bill Burnett, John Armstrong, Stanford University
Designing Your Career, a course from Stanford University, uses design thinking to help working professionals plan or change their careers.
Developing Confidence and Learning to Say No
Feel Better, Live More, Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Chloe Brotheridge
In this June 2019 episode of Feel Better Live More, anxiety expert Chloe Brotheridge explains what we can do to develop confidence, fend off shame and anxiety, and be better to ourselves.
Developing Your Leadership Philosophy
This course by leadership connoisseur Mike Figliuolo is designed to teach you how to be a better leader through his 'leadership maxims' method.
Monash University, Matthew Mundy
This online course from Monash University teaches the basics of developmental psychology and how our brains change throughout our lives.
Devil in the Grove
Gilbert King re-examines the infamous Groveland Four case through the eyes of future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.
Diana, in Her Own Words
Tom Jennings, David Tillman
Through archival and personal footage, this documentary illuminates the inner life of the adored Princess of Wales, as told by Diana herself.
This documentary takes a deep dive into the gripping life and career of soccer legend Diego Maradona, chronicling his upbringing in a poor household in Buenos Aires to his eventual superstardom.
This documentary follows two underground rock bands through seven years of their struggle to gain traction in the music industry while pushing back against record label executives.
Digital Gold details the beginnings of Bitcoin, including how it was developed, why its early years were such a struggle, and the many people who contributed to its rise, as well as the impact it's having and will continue to have on our world.
Digital Renaissance uses empirical data to show that digitalization has led to the democratization of art, but that its average quality hasn't changed.