Business Innovation Foundations
by Drew Boyd
In his course Business Innovation Foundations, Drew Boyd talks about the importance of growth to an organization and shows us how innovation is the only really sustainable way to achieve this and to add value for stakeholders.
Business Model Generation
by Alexander Osterwalder
Business Model Generation teaches us how to start our own company, by explaining the details of matching our customer's needs with our product's capabilities, managing finances, and everything else involved in the planning stages of entrepreneurship.
Business Writing Principles | 57ade733-73d4-4fe0-a7e3-c08744fab89e
by Judy Steiner-Williams
Judy Steiner-Williams covers the fundamentals of effective and engaging business writing.
Buying Your First Home
by Ilona Bray
This detailed manual on buying a home lays out everything you need to know about this enormous purchase. With insights and examples from estate experts, this book is your how-to guide to homeownership.
by Martin Lindstrom
Buyology shows us how to spend less money by revealing the psychological traps that companies use to hack our brains and manipulate us into purchasing their products.
Call Sign Chaos
by Jim Mattis
Call Sign Chaos is a review of U.S. foreign policy through the eyes of General Jim Mattis, who led forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Calm the F*ck Down
by Sarah Knight
In Calm the F*ck Down, Sarah Knight provides strategies to cope with everyday anxiety. Knight lays out logical, realistic, and actionable steps to take in order to solve the problems that are stressing you out.
Can't Hurt Me
by David Goggins
Can't Hurt Me is the story of David Goggins who went from being overweight and depressed to becoming a record-breaking athlete, inspiring military leader, and world-class personal trainer.
Cancer & Alzheimer's: How Centenarians Avoid Diseases of Aging
by Jason Prall
In this episode of The Human Longevity Project, experts discuss the factors that can lead to chronic diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease, highlighting what we can do to help improve our health.
Capital in the Twenty First Century
by Thomas Piketty
Capital in the Twenty First Century is a comprehensive analysis of wealth inequality in the Western world throughout the past two centuries, and what it means for today's economy.
by James Fulcher
Capitalism shows us how the movement of money in the world really works by outlining the world's dominant economic system, its origins, and its future.
Capitalism and Freedom
by Milton Friedman
Capitalism and Freedom helps us understand the most important factors protecting our liberty by outlining the government's role in economics and the consequences of a country staying out of the money flow.
Capturing the Narrative
by Nigel Barker
In Capturing the Narrative, fashion photographer Nigel Barker unveils his tricks of the trade, so that you can master new technical skills, and capture striking images that tell a story.
Career Advice from Some of the Biggest Names in Business
by LinkedIn News
Career Advice from Some of the Biggest Names in Business unearths insightful and well thought out tips from industry leaders on what you can do to build your career by looking into yourself and understanding where you want to get to.
Career Development: Creating an Action Plan with Design Thinking | fc2c30be-8c0a-4198-86e0-e29f598eb8c9
by Sarah Prevette
In Career Development: Creating an Action Plan with Design Thinking, Sarah Prevette explores how design thinking lays the foundation for creative methods, and how the two combine to create outstanding products and strategies.
Carrots and Sticks
by Ian Ayres
Carrots and Sticks explains how we can harness the power of incentives to change our bad behavior, improve our self-control, and reach our long-term goals.
by Drew Eric Whitman
Cashvertising teaches us how to become marketing experts, by using the power of authority, the three steps for writing a perfect headline, and how to appeal to consumers' eight basic desires.
by Isabel Wilkerson
Caste unveils the hidden cultural and societal rules of the U.S. class system. It demonstrates where we are, how we got here, and how we might dismantle it forever in place of a system that promotes fairness and equality.
by Chandramouli Venkatesan
Catalyst explains why extraordinary career growth requires the right stimuli at the right time to propel us to the next level, and shows us how to cultivate these moments.
Catch Me if You Can
by Frank W. Abagnale
Catch Me If You Can is the story of how Frank Abagnale, one of the most famous con-artists in history, faked over eight identities, several professions, and cashed over $2.5 million of forged checks in the 1960s until the police finally caught him at age 21.
Celeste on Writing the Perfect Song
This Vogue Visionaries masterclass from singer and songwriter Celeste provides not only a set of tips on how to write a song, but a highly personal story of struggle and success.