What They Don't Teach You at Harvard Business School
by Mark H. McCormack
What They Don't Teach You At Harvard Business School teaches why succeeding in business has less to do with accumulated theoretical knowledge through schooling and books, and more to do with people and communication.
What They Forgot to Teach You at School
by The School of Life
The current educational system leaves us unoriginal, unambitious, and emotionally illiterate, but with The School of Life, we can change that.
What to Do in the First 90 Days of Your New Job
This course offers practical insights and strategies to make the best impression and maximize your initial impact in a new role.
What to Eat When
by Michael F. Roizen
What to Eat When teaches us how food works inside our bodies, and how to feed ourselves in a way that better suits our biology, making us healthier and stronger.
What We Owe to Each Other
by T. M. Scanlon
Moral philosopher and Harvard professor T.M. Scanlon explains how we make moral judgments and why we're so motivated by them.
What You Do Is Who You Are
by Ben Horowitz
Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz analyzes what works and what doesn't in building and maintaining a healthy workplace culture.
When Bad Things Happen to Good People
by Harold S. Kushner
When Bad Things Happen To Good People explains why even the best of people sometimes suffer from adversity, and how we can turn our pain into something meaningful, instead of lamenting it.
When Breath Becomes Air
by Paul Kalanithi
When Breath Becomes Air helps you see what's really important by diving into Paul Kalanithi's life of loving neuroscience, literature, meaning, and his family that ended from cancer in his mid-thirties.
When the Body Says No
by Gabor Maté M.D.
When The Body Says No unravels the inner workings of the mind-body connection so you can hone in on your instincts and improve your health.
When Things Fall Apart
by Pema Chödrön
When Things Fall Apart gives you the confidence to make it through life's inevitable setbacks by sharing ideas and strategies like mindfulness to grow your resilience and come out on top.
When to Rob a Bank
by Steven D. Levitt
When To Rob A Bank is a collection of the best of the Freakonomics authors' blog posts from over 10 years of blogging about economics in all areas of our life.
When We Rise
by Cleve Jones
American LGBTQ+ activist and founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Cleve Jones recounts his early life, coming out, and involvement in the gay rights movement.
When: the Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing
by Daniel H. Pink
When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing breaks down the science of time so you can stop guessing when to do things and pick the best times to work, eat, sleep, have your coffee and even quit your job.
Where Good Ideas Come From
by Steven Johnson
Where Good Ideas Come From describes how the process of innovation is similar to evolution and why good ideas have to be shaped over time, build on existing platforms, require connections, luck, and error and how you can turn something old into something new.
Where the Conflict Really Lies
by Alvin Plantinga
Published in 2011, Where The Conflict Lies is a tightly reasoned philosophical argument that suggests monotheistic religion and science are deeply compatible, and that a scientific worldview need not exclude spiritual explanations.
Where to Invade Next
by Michael Moore
In this semi-satirical documentary, Michael Moore 'invades' Europe, hunting down socially progressive policies to take back to his ailing home of the United States.
Where You Are Is Not Who You Are
by Ursula Burns
Where You Are Is Not Who You Are is the fascinating memoir of America's first Black woman to head a Fortune 500 company as CEO.
Wherever You Go, There You Are
by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Wherever You Go, There You Are explains what mindfulness is and why it's not reserved for Zen practitioners and Buddhist monks, giving you simple ways to practice it in everyday life, both formally and informally, while helping you avoid the obstacles on your way to a more aware self.
by Robin DiAngelo
White Fragility helps to explain why it can be so difficult for white people to talk about racism, especially in the U.S., and how this understanding can encourage people to be kinder and fairer.
Who Cares Wins
by Lily Cole
In Who Cares Wins, actress and activist Lily Cole presents a comprehensive walkthrough of the problems the Earth faces today, highlighting changes that must be made both by individuals and the systems that govern our way of life.