by Sam Feder
Director Sam Feder opens a window to the depiction of trans people in Hollywood, encouraging viewers to see trans people as human beings, not as objects of fascination.
Discover Your Superskills
by Beate Chelette
Analyze your personality, identify your superskills, and learn how to pitch them in professional settings, with this comprehensive personality course from Beate Chelette.
Discovering Your Strengths
by Dave Crenshaw
Leadership expert Dave Crenshaw offers a journey of self-discovery, sharing effective methods to help you discover your gifts, passions, and skills.
by Whitney Johnson
Disrupt Yourself explains how you can harness the ever-accelerating power of disruptive innovation in your personal life. Be it to advance your career or to build a company that thrives, you can do it by embracing your limitations, focusing on your strengths and staying flexible and curious along the way.
by Whitney Johnson
Just as disruptors come up with new ideas, different perspectives, and revolutionary solutions, disrupting yourself means being constantly on the lookout for ways to improve your thinking. With the help of this book, anyone can learn how to become a constructive self-disruptor.
Disturbing the Peace
by Stephen Apkon
This documentary follows a group of former soldiers from both sides of the Palestine-Israel conflict who have dropped their guns and began a movement for peace.
Diversity for Dummies
by Warren Chalklen, PhD
This course details the principles of multicultural education and their relation to social problems related to race, class, gender, and sexual orientation to create a more inclusive world for all.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
by Pat Wadors
Talent expert Pat Wadors helps us learn to make our workplace more fair, engaging, and equitable.
by Jon Acuff
Do Over lets you know how you can improve the core skills you need to build an amazing career: relationships, skills, character, and hustle.
Do the Work
by Steven Pressfield
Do The Work is Steven Pressfield's follow-up to The War Of Art, where he gives you actionable tactics and strategies to overcome resistance, the force behind procrastination.
Do What You Are
by Paul D. Tieger
Do What You Are will help you discover your personality type and how it can lead you to a more satisfying career that corresponds to your talents and interests.
by Ezra Klein
Why is it that humans have such a strong affinity to dogs in particular? Dogs Explained addresses this question through the exploration of humans and canines' history and modern science.
Dollars and Sense
by Dan Ariely
Dollars And Sense explains why it's so hard to manage money and teaches you how to combat false cues and natural desires so you can reach your financial goals.
Don't Be Evil
by Rana Foroohar
Rana Foroohar investigates how the biggest tech companies became the behemoths they are today, making immense profits, shifting presidential elections worldwide, and polarizing society by manipulating a resource they acquire for free – our data.
Don't Overthink It
by Anne Bogel
Author, blogger, and podcaster Anne Bogel shares numerous strategies she uses to make wiser decisions and live a richer life by cutting down on her habit of destructive overthinking.
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
by Richard Carlson
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff will keep you from letting the little, stressful things in life (like your email inbox, rushing to trains, and annoying co-workers) drive you insane, and help you find peace and calm in a stressful world.
Don’t Tell Me to Relax
by Ralph De La Rosa
Don't Tell Me to Relax explores how to maintain emotional resilience in an unjust world, without suppressing our frustrations, no matter how justified they might be.
by Dr. Anna Lembke
Psychiatrist and author Dr. Anna Lembke explores humans' relentless pursuit of pleasure, how it ultimately leads us to pain, and how to restore the balance between the two.
Double Your Social Skills & Communication Skills
by Alain W.
Double your Social Skills and Communication Skills will give you practical and easy-to-use tips on how to improve your social presentation, and gain valuable tools to enhance communication skills.
Doubt: a History
by Jennifer Michael Hecht
Doubt: A History takes a fascinating look at the historical influence of doubt on science, religion, and the way we think today.
by Kate Raworth
In Doughnut Economics, economist Kate Raworth makes the case for how to fix our economic system while transforming society and repairing our relationship with the planet.