Hack List

Growth Hacker Marketing

by Ryan Holiday

Growth Hacker Marketing uses a 4-step framework to explain how today's startups remove the barrier between marketing and product development to make the product itself the best way to get new customers.

Growth Marketing Essentials

by Cam Lay

Marketing expert Cam Lay shows us how we can lead our customers to a purchase from the moment of first contact.

Guantánamo Diary

by Mohamedou Ould Salahi

This is the memoir of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, a man detained on dubious grounds by the U.S. government, and later held captive - and subjected to torture and monstrous conditions - in the brutal Guantánamo Bay prison camp.

Guy Kawasaki on Entrepreneurship

by Guy Kawasaki

Get started on your business venture as Silicon Valley venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki shares how to develop a successful pitch, develop the right prototype, and leverage social media for the benefit of your business.

Gyamo: Queen of the Mountains

by Doel Trivedy

As we track Gyamo, the snow leopard Queen of the Mountains, we come to know and understand one of the most elusive and mysterious creatures of the natural world on an intimate level.

Habits Mastery: the Complete Guide to Good Habits

by Silviu Marisk

The only reason why you've been struggling to stop bad habits is because you've been doing it the hard way. Developing good habits isn't hard when you follow the steps in this course by Silviu Marisk.

Habits of a Happy Brain

by Loretta Graziano Breuning

Habits Of A Happy Brain explains the four neurotransmitters in your brain that create happiness, why you can't be happy all the time, and how you can rewire your brain by taking responsibility for your own hormones and thus, happiness.

Hackers and Painters

by Paul Graham

Hackers and Painters is a collection of essays by Y Combinator founder Paul Graham about what makes a good computer programmer and how you can code the future if you are one, making a fortune in the process.

Hacking Life

by Joseph M. Reagle Jr.

Hacking Life takes a critical look at the life-hacking trend and the pitfalls of trying to quantify and optimize our existence.


by Tal Ben-Shahar

Improve both your mental state and success levels by identifying what you get wrong about joy, learning how to discover what's most important to you, and making happiness a more significant part of your life.

Happier at Home

by Gretchen Rubin

Happier At Home is an instruction manual to transform your home into a castle of happiness by figuring out what needs to be changed, what needs to stay the same, and embracing the gift of family.


by Richard Layard

Happiness will teach you how our desire for it developed, what its benefits are, why money actually hurts our happiness and where it really comes from, and how Western countries could easily increase their happiness with a few changes.

Happiness at Work

by Srikumar Rao

Happiness at Work helps us overcome the negative thought patterns that are preventing us from finding true happiness, both at work and in our personal lives.

Happiness Tips

by Chris Croft

Happiness Tips goes into detail about what you can do to effectively increase your day-to-day happiness by making time to do the things you love with the people you care about.

Happy Houseplants

by Chris Satch

Bring the outdoors into your home as botanist Christopher Satch reveals the proper way to care for your plants, from repotting and watering them correctly, to the giveaway signs that your plant needs some extra care.

Happy Sexy Millionaire

by Steven Bartlett

Happy Sexy Millionaire offers the reflections of someone who thought they'd achieved it all, only to realize the folly of a life spent chasing the wrong things.

Hardwiring Happiness

by Rick Hanson

Hardwiring Happiness tells you what you can do to overcome your negativity bias of focusing on and exaggerating negative events by relishing, extending and prioritizing the good things in your life to become happier.

Hatching Twitter

by Nick Bilton

Hatching Twitter details the story and human drama behind the creation and meteoric rise of Twitter, the social media platform that's changed how we communicate over the past ten years.

Having an Honest Career Conversation with Your Boss

by Lida Citroen

Having an Honest Career Conversation with Your Boss is a handy guide for having tough talks at work, which might make or break your career.

He Named Me Malala

by Davis Guggenheim

This inspirational documentary brings us closer to the remarkable Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist for whom being shot in the head by the Taliban led to international fame and a Nobel Peace Prize.

He's Just Not That Into You

by Greg Behrendt

In this self-help guide, two former Sex and the City script writers debunk common excuses straight men use in dating, and provide insight on how women can live their best lives without wasting time analyzing puzzling male behavior.

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