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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.

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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.

Cashvertising

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.

Caste

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.

Catalyst

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

by Celeste

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.

Challenger: The Final Flight

by Steven Leckart

A moving, detailed documentary from writers Steven Leckart and Glen Zipper, Challenger: The Final Flight examines the infamous space shuttle disaster from all angles, focusing on the crew, the bereaved families, and the avoidable failures that led to the tragedy.

Change by Design

by Tim Brown

Change by Design makes us better problem-solvers at every aspect of life by outlining the design thinking process that companies can use to innovate and improve.

Change Management Foundations

by Bob McGannon

Change Management Foundations is the ultimate guide to dealing with all aspects of organizational change at any level

Change Your Brain: 10 Alternatives to Medication to Improve Depression and Anxiety-Neuroplasticity

by Emma McAdam

Change your Brain: 10 Alternatives to Medication to Improve Depression and Anxiety-Neuroplasticity shares non-medical ways to fight back various mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety so you can live your life best.

Change Your Questions, Change Your Life

by Marilee G. Adams

Develop a learning mindset with Change Your Questions, Change Your Life, which can revolutionize your life with just a few simple questions.

Chaos Monkeys

by Antonio García Martínez

Chaos Monkeys lifts the veil on the mysterious and sometimes questionable practices going on behind closed doors in many famous Silicon Valley startups.

Charlie Munger

by Tren Griffin

Charlie Munger teaches us the investment approach and ideas about life from Warren Buffett's business partner and billionaire Charlie Munger, which they used for decades to run one of the most successful companies in the world.

Chasing Coral

by Jeff Orlowski

Chasing Coral is a moving documentary about the toll that global heating takes on the ocean's coral reefs and the ecosystems they support.

Chasing the Scream

by Johann Hari

Chasing the Scream is a scathing review of the failed war on drugs, explaining its history with surprising statistics and identifying new ways that we can think about addiction, recovery, and drug laws.

Chernobyl

by Serhii Plokhy

Chernobyl teaches us about history, science, and leadership by extracting lessons from the worst nuclear disaster in human history and its aftermath, Chernobyl.

Chess, Explained

by Ezra Klein

This episode of the Vox docuseries Explained debunks the everlasting success of chess and unravels its unexpected societal role.

China's COVID Secrets

by Jane McMullen

In this PBS FRONTLINE documentary, doctors and scientists confront the untold story of the coronavirus pandemic, and assess how key missteps failed to contain the outbreak.

Choose Yourself

by James Altucher

Choose Yourself is a plea for self-care, showing how prioritizing your growth and embracing your innate sense of generosity can help to improve your relationships with yourself and others.

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