by David Perlmutter MD
In Brain Wash, doctors David and Austin Perlmutter will show you how to have a more peaceful, contented life. They reveal what's wrong with the bad habits that society accepts as normal, how they affect our brains, and how we can free ourselves from them.
by Roger Dooley
Brainfluence helps us drive sales by pulling back the curtain on people's subconscious thinking and motivations in the decision-making process they use when buying.
by Daniel J. Siegel
Brainstorm takes a fascinating look into the teenage brain and explains why adolescents act so hormonally and recklessly.
Brand Development for Creatives
by Karen Okonkwo
Make sure that your creativity is working in tandem with your brand and business with this course from social entrepreneur Karen Okonkwo.
Branding Strategies to Grow Your Business
by Jasmine Star
As business owners, we need to develop strategies to grow our brand. "Branding Strategies to Grow Your Business" shows us how to do this by developing profiles for the clients we want to attract. It also tells us how to optimize our website and use high quality content to engage with our audience.
by Martin Lindstrom
Brandwashed helps us make more informed decisions about what we buy, identifying the psychological tricks that marketers use to make us feel like that we 'need' to buy their products.
by Margie Warrell
With just a few helpful pointers, Brave looks to help you implement more courage in your day-to-day life, so that you can achieve those things in life that you've always wanted but have been afraid to go for.
Braving the Wilderness
by Brené Brown
Braving the Wilderness offers a four-step process to find true belonging through authenticity, bravery, trust, and vulnerability, since it's mostly about learning to stand alone, rather than trying to fit in.
Breakfast with Socrates
by Robert Rowland Smith
Breakfast With Socrates takes us through an ordinary day in the company of extraordinary minds, sharing with us the core messages of the greatest philosophers in history, such as Descartes, Nietzsche, Marx, and even the Buddha.
Breaking the Social Media Prism
by Chris Bail
Chris Bail, a professor of Sociology and Public Policy, shows us how social networks bend our reality and polarize political opinions.
Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art
by James Nestor
Journalist James Nestor takes a deep dive into our simplest bodily function, exploring how and why the act of breathing can profoundly affect our health.
by Rickson Gracie
Breathe captures the life, philosophy, and perspective of Jiu-Jitsu master Rickson Gracie.
Brene Brown: The Call to Courage
by Sandra Restrepo
In this filmed lecture, social work researcher and lecturer Brené Brown discusses the importance and surprising power of vulnerability.
Brew an Amazing Cup of Coffee
by Michael Phillips
Most people start off their day with coffee but don't know the science behind their brew. In this course, coffee expert Michael Phillips walks students through the ins and outs of coffee.
Brief Answers to the Big Questions
by Stephen Hawking
Brief Answers to the Big Questions tackles some of the universe's biggest mysteries, as legendary physicist Stephen Hawking explores the laws that govern the cosmos and the future of humankind.
Bring the War Home
by Kathleen Belew
In Bring the War Home, Kathleen Belew presents a carefully researched picture of the history of the white power movement in America from the 1970s and 1980s to the present day.
by Michelle Gielan
By showing us how to unlock the power of positive words and stories, Broadcasting Happiness helps us boost our health and happiness in our relationships, work, and community.
by Erin Lowry
Broke Millenial shows those in their twenties and thirties how to manage their finances, so that when it comes to money, they can live more confidently and stop scraping by.
Broke Millennial: How to Budget and Save Money
by Erin Lowry
Broke Millennial: How to Budget and Save Money reframes the picture most of us see when we think about budgeting, showing that saving money doesn't have to be as scary, strict, limiting or difficult, as it seems.
by Emily Chang
Brotopia motivates us to be fairer in the workplace as an employee or employer by revealing the sexist state of Silicon Valley - and letting us in on what we can do to change it.
Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You
by Thom Zimny
Equal parts interview, documentary, and concert, this is a character study of Springsteen and his music, with the artist’s reflections on his connection to his music, his artistic career, and - most importantly - his audience.