Eat That Frog
by Brian Tracy
Brian Tracy explains how to stop procrastinating and start working productively to achieve your goals.
Eat to Beat Disease
by William W Li
Help your body better fight off infection with Eat to Beat Disease, by identifying how food affects your immune system and what to put into your body in order to increase your resilience against illness.
Eat to Live
by Joel Fuhrman
Eat to Live looks to help you lose weight, feel better, and live longer by identifying the flaws in what we think is true about nutrition.
Eat, Move, Sleep
by Tom Rath
Eat, Move, Sleep shows you that living a long and healthy life isn't about big, bold changes, but the result of multiple small habits that add up and increase your overall wellbeing.
by Jonathan Safran Foer
Eating Animals reveals the true impact of the modern-day meat industry and details the environmental, health-related, and ethical consequences of eating meat.
Economic Facts and Fallacies
by Thomas Sowell
Revered economist Thomas Sowell addresses, in a highly relatable style, many of the unhelpful assumptions that underpin current thinking about U.S. society and economics.
by Tara Westover
Educated will help you become more grateful for your schooling, freedom, and normal relationships by explaining the family difficulties that Tara Westover had to break free of so that she could get her own education.
by Brenda Bailey-Hughes
In Effective Listening, Tatiana Kolovou and Brenda Bailey-Hughes teaches you how to listen, therefore granting you the right skills to improve your personal and professional relationships.
Efficient Time Management
by Chris Croft
In "Efficient Time Management," Chris Croft will teach you how to create a positive work environment and increase productivity, covering the most efficient organisation approaches, and how we must master time management to be truly successful.
by Greg McKeown
In Effortless, author and CEO Greg McKeown makes a persuasive case for how harder work doesn't always yield the best results.
Ego Is the Enemy
by Ryan Holiday
Ego Is the Enemy reveals how a selfish tendency that's hardwired into our brains holds us back from living the life we desire so much. It shows us what we can do to overcome it at every turn, and how to achieve true greatness.
Einstein: His Life and Universe
by Walter Isaacson
Einstein: His Life And Universe takes a close look at the life of Albert Einstein, beginning in how his childhood shaped him, what his biggest discoveries and personal struggles were and how his focus changed in later years, without his genius ever fading until his very last moment.
by Louise Hogarth
Elephant Refugees follows one selfless family's attempts to look after the elephants fleeing Africa's poachers and droughts.
by Robert Glazer
Elevate by Robert Glazer utilizes capacity building to teach us how to become great leaders by looking inward.
Elevating Child Care
by Janet Lansbury
Elevating Child Care is an insightful compilation of hands-on tips to raising toddlers respectfully so they can learn to trust others – but more importantly, themselves.
by Ashlee Vance
This is the first official biography of Elon Musk, the creator of SolarCity, SpaceX and Tesla, highlighting his complicated childhood, the way he makes decisions and navigates the world, and how he managed to disrupt multiple industries.
Email Productivity: Work Smarter with Your Inbox
by Alexandra Samuel
This course will teach you how to differentiate between productivity and compulsion, and stop you from checking your emails on days off or replying at 11.35pm in bed.
Embracing Unexpected Change
by Todd Dewett
Cope effectively with change as expert Dr. Todd Dewett shares useful strategies in tackling life's unexpected roadblocks, by creating a productive perspective, and building personal resilience.
by Susan David
Emotional Agility provides a new, science-backed approach to navigating life's many trials and detours on your path to fulfillment, with which you'll face your emotions head-on, observe them objectively, make choices based on your values and slowly tweak your mindset, motivation, and habits.
by Daniel Goleman
Emotional Intelligence shows you how emotions both help and hurt your ability to navigate the world, providing practical advice on how to improve your emotional intelligence and why it's the key to leading a successful life.
Emotional Intelligence 2.0
by Travis Bradberry
Emotional Intelligence 2.0 outlines how you can use emotional intelligence to build fantastic relationships in your personal life and career, utilizing the powers of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.