30 Days of Genius: Tina Roth Eisenberg
by Chase Jarvis
In this installment of Chase Jarvis's 30 Days of Genius, top designer Tina Roth Eisenberg opens up about her sources of inspiration and work habits.
30 Lessons for Loving
by Karl Pillemer
30 Lessons for Loving gives the relationship advice of hundreds of couples who have stayed together into old age, and will teach you how to have happiness and longevity in your love life.
5 Ways to Control Your Time
by Chris Croft
Focus on what's important with 5 Ways To Control Your Time, and discover why time management isn't just about ramping up your workload, but working more efficiently – so that we've got more time to relax.
5-Minute Study Motivation - Japanese Procrastination Cure
by Bryan Anze Bolt
In 5-Minute Study Motivation - Japanese Procrastination Cure, Brian Bolt discusses study motivation, the reasons we procrastinate, and how five minutes of motivation can help beat the limitations on the human mind.
50 Things to Do by the Sea
by Easkey Britton
If you're planning to head to the coast for a break, consider the deeper implications of your visit: a meaningful connection with nature during a time when human beings are more divorced from our environment than ever before.
by Richard Wiseman
59 Seconds offers several self-improvement hacks grounded in the science of psychology, which you can use to improve your mindset, happiness, and life in less than a minute.
60 Seconds and You're Hired
by Robin Ryan
Feel confident in every interview with 60 Seconds & You're Hired!, the go-to guide to getting your dream job by Robin Ryan, dubbed "America's Top Career Expert" by the LA Times.
7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness
by Jim Rohn
7 Strategies For Wealth And Happiness is the ultimate guide to improving our wealth through self-discipline, action, and a positive attitude toward work, money, and the people around us.
A Beautiful Mind
by Sylvia Nasar
A Beautiful Mind tells the fascinating story of the mathematical genius, mental illness, and miraculous recovery and success of John Nash Jr.
A Beginner's Guide to the End
by B.J. Miller
A Beginner's Guide to the End is our guide to using the principles of stillness, cleaning, and grief to prepare for both our own death, or that of a loved one.
A Beginner's Guide to Writing in English for University Study
by University of Reading
This interactive online course by the University of Reading serves as a substantial introduction for international students seeking to write academic essays in the English language, with exercises in grammar, essay organization, and tone.
A Bittersweet Season
by Jane Gross
A Bittersweet Season is an examination of the dysfunctional elderly care system in America, told through a deeply personal and honest caregiver's narrative.
A Brand Called You
by Debbie Millman
A Brand Called You is a very real exploration of what it takes to make it in the real world as a creative, by celebrated author, educator and brand strategist; Debbie Millman.
A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived
by Adam Rutherford
A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived gives us another important perspective on mankind's past and present through the lens of our genes.
A Brief History of Time
by Stephen Hawking
A Brief History of Time is Stephen Hawking's way of explaining the most complex concepts and ideas of physics, such as space, time, black holes, planets, stars and gravity to the average person.
A Career Strategist's Guide to Getting a Job
by Jenny Foss
From finding your dream job listing to nailing the interview, A Career Strategist's Guide to Getting a Job will help you strategically create the perfect long-term career plan.
A Crack in Creation
by Jennifer A. Doudna
A Crack In Creation will teach us all about the power of gene editing that is made possible with CRISPR, by detailing how it works, the benefits and opportunities it opens up, and the ethical risks of using it on humans.
A Crash Course in Data Science
by Jeff Leek
This course is designed to get you up to speed on the rapidly developing field of data science and how it plays a role in successful organizations.
A Curious History of Sex
by Kate Lister
A Curious History of Sex is a candid, critical, and intensely funny chronicle of human sexuality with all its curiosities and cultural implications.
A Curious Mind
by Brian Grazer
A Curious Mind is an homage to the power of asking questions, showing you how being curious can change your entire life, from the way you do business to how you interact with your loved ones.
A Digital Edge: Essentials for the Online Learner
by Dublin City University
Designed by experienced educators with input and collaboration from student ambassadors, this course from Dublin City University provides tips and strategies to help you thrive in the new world of digital learning.