Explore how to use email more effectively and productively with these easy-to-use tips from Judy Steiner-Williams, senior lecturer at Indiana University's business school.
Writing Emotionally Engaging Emails
Find out how to keep your audience hooked with award-winning business strategist Melissa Cassera, as she shares powerful techniques for stepping up the game of your email marketing campaigns.
Writing Formal Business Letters and Emails
This course offers techniques for structuring your business correspondence, teaching you to make your writing more comprehensible, concise, and relevant for all readers.
Writing in Plain English
Writing in Plain English highlights how important it is to be able to communicate effectively in English, providing helpful techniques to write effectively.
Writing to Be Heard on LinkedIn
LinkedIn editor-in-chief Daniel Roth shows you how to make your writing engaging and successful on the world's first professional online platform, so you can make your voice heard and progress your career.
Writing with Fire
Rintu Thomas, Sushmit Ghosh
This Oscar-nominated documentary tells the remarkable story of Khabar Lahariya, India's only female-run newspaper, and its fight to tackle the brutal sexism and oppressive racial segregation of Indian society.
Writing with Impact
Writing with Impact is designed to help us write to influence and inspire, to adapt content for the audience, and to keep the writing form short, clear, and precise.
Yay! You're Gay! Now What?
'Yay! You're Gay! Now What?' is the ultimate handbook for young queer people discovering their own identities and anyone who might want to support them.
Yearbook is a series of autobiographical essays from actor and filmmaker Seth Rogen, taking a deep dive into some of his most defining and occasionally strange moments – from childhood to Hollywood stardom.
You Are a Badass
You Are a Badass helps you to become self-aware, figure out what you want in life, and then summon the guts to not worry about the 'how'. You'll learn to kick others' opinions to the curb, and just focus your life on the thing that will make you happy.
You Are a Champion
England football star and nation's sweetheart Marcus Rashford lays out the steps to becoming your best self and following your dreams.
You Are Not a Gadget
This book explores the history of the digital world, the worrying path it has put us on, and how we can fix the problems created by the internet.
You Are Not Your Brain
Jeffrey M. Schwartz, Rebecca Gladding
You Are Not Your Brain unpicks the science behind bad habits and how to break them, providing an actionable framework to help untangle your brain's mixed messages.
You Are Stronger than You Think
Pastor, televangelist, and author Joel Osteen offers a heartfelt approach to finding inner strength during life's most difficult challenges by trusting in God.
You Are the Placebo
Dr. Joe Dispenza
An informative exploration of the mind-body connection that draws on scientific research, real-life examples, and meditation techniques.
You Are What You Read
Researcher and campaigner Jodie Jackson has spent years studying the impact of the news on human psychology. Here, she concisely argues for a balanced media landscape that makes more room for reporting on the solutions to the world's problems.
You Are Your Best Thing
Tarana Burke, Brené Brown
You Are Your Best Thing is a collection of essays edited by Tarana Burke and Brené Brown, which provides insight into trauma and how it affects Black people in contemporary western society.
You Can Heal Your Life
Motivational self-help author Louise Hay teaches readers how to change their life for the better through self-love.
You Do You
Self-improvement expert Sarah Knight offers an unfiltered, humorous take on personal empowerment.
You Got Anything Stronger?
Actress Gabrielle Union explores the struggle to heal in the face of adversity and trauma, emphasizing the role of vulnerability, listening, and advocacy in the journey to discover strength and self-worth.
You Have More Influence Than You Think
Vanessa Bohns, social psychologist and professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University, writes about the influence people have despite often believing they have none.