The End of Average
The End Of Average explains the fundamental flaws with our culture of averages, showing how we can embrace our individuality and use it to succeed in a world that wants everyone to be the same.
The End of Epidemics
Dr. Jonathan D. Quick, Bronwyn Fryer
In this book, global health expert and physician Dr. Jonathan D. Quick explains the seven pillars of preventing epidemics and strengthening global public health.
The End of Illness
David B Agus
The End Of Illness will change the way that you view sickness and health by explaining your mindset's influence on your body and how to choose the path of health.
The End of Oil, Explained
Ezra Klein, Joe Posner, Emily Kassie, Claire Gordon
This episode of the Explained docuseries details how oil became the world's primary fuel source and why it must be replaced if we are to survive.
The End of Poverty
This 2005 book will open your eyes to the poorest countries in the world, how they got to be this way, and why solving this problem is in our best interests — and may be easier than we think.
The End of Stress
Don Joseph Goewey
This book shows how stress harms our mental and physical health, providing actionable strategies for beating it once and for all.
The End of the End of History
Alex Hochuli, George Hoare, Philip Cunliffe
The End of the End of History is an extensive analysis of the global political trends that have emerged and intensified in the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008.
The End of the Line
This 2009 documentary explores the ecological and human disasters caused by rampant overfishing.
The End of the Myth
In this Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Greg Grandin examines the frontier myth throughout three centuries of American history, from colonial expansion to President Trump's border wall.
The End of the World Is Just the Beginning
Danger Close, Jack Carr, Peter Zeihan
In this March 2022 episode of Danger Close, host Jack Carr interviews geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan about the causes of Russia's war in Ukraine and what's on the horizon for China and the U.S.
The Ends of the World
Award-winning science journalist Peter Brannen tells the story of Earth's turbulent past, the fragility of life, and the perpetual changes brought to our planet by living and non-living things.
The Energy Bus
Jon Gordon, Kenneth H. Blanchard
The Energy Bus is a fable that helps us create positive energy with ten simple rules, making positivity the center of your life, work, and relationships.
The Entrepreneurial Mindset
Dennis J. Ceru, Babson College
In this course offered by Babson College and edX, professor Dennis J. Ceru teaches the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, from spotting unique opportunities to planning for long-term success.
The Essence of Leadership
The Knowledge Project, Shane Parrish, Randall Stutman
In this November 2020 episode of The Knowledge Project podcast, leadership expert Randall Stutman discusses behavioral strategies that exemplify good leadership.
The Essential Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi, Louis Fischer
This 1962 book from journalist Louis Fischer presents selections from Mahatma Gandhi's political and spiritual life, which can still inspire bold resistance to injustices many years later.
This book examines the dynamics of power within the United Kingdom, exposing the network of elite politicians, media barons, businesses, and bankers who organize British democracy in a way that keeps themselves at the top.
The Ethical Slut
Janet W. Hardy, Dossie Easton
In The Ethical Slut, Janet W. Hardy and Dossie Easton share a guide to love, sex, and intimacy that falls beyond the limits of traditionally-held ideas about monogamy.
The Ethics of Ambiguity
Simone de Beauvoir
In this seminal work of existential philosophy, Simone de Beauvoir lays out a system of ethics built on the foundation of human freedom.
The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine
This book reexamines the events that led to the forced expulsion of Palestinians during the 1948 Palestine war and the subsequent establishment of the state of Israel.
The Eureka Factor
John Kounios, Mark Jung-Beeman
The Eureka Factor lays out the history of 'aha moments' and lets you in on what causes them and how you can train yourself to experience them more often.
The Everything Store
The Everything Store documents the rise of Amazon online through 300 interviews with current and former Amazon employees and executives.