7 Tips To Get Out of Debt
Life Kit: Money, NPR
On NPR's Life Kit podcast, financial journalist Chris Arnold interviews experts Abby Sussman and Michelle Singletary about seven top strategies for getting out of debt quickly.
8 Rules of Love
Drawing from Hindu wisdom, Jay Shetty shares eight guidelines for practicing love in romantic relationships and beyond.
8 Steps to Forgiveness
The Mindvalley Podcast, Vishen Lakhiani
On this August 2021 episode of the Mindvalley Podcast, spiritual entrepreneur and Mindvalley founder Vishen Lakhiani outlines the eight steps for forgiveness based on spiritual principles and neuroscience research.
9 Questions for Actors Rehearsing a Scene
Acting legend Uta Hagen's 'nine questions' can be helpful when rehearsing a scene or preparing for an audition. These questions aim to help actors focus on their characters and the details of the scene. By using these questions, actors can better understand their character and stand out in a scene.
A 33-Year Love Affair
LGBTQ&A, Jeffrey Masters, Don Bachardy
This May 2022 episode of LGBTQ&A explores the life of portrait artist Don Bachardy and his 33-year relationship with famous author Christopher Isherwood.
A Ballerina's Tale
A behind-the-scenes look at the career of Misty Copeland, the first African-American ballerina to be named principal dancer of the prestigious American Ballet Theatre.
A Beautiful Mind
A Beautiful Mind tells the fascinating story of the mental illness, miraculous recovery, and remarkable success of mathematical genius John Nash Jr.
A Beginner's Guide to the End
B.J. Miller, Shoshana Berger
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
University of Reading, Anne Vicary, Sebastian Watkins, Brian Turner, Steve Thomas, Jonathan Smith
This 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 Better Way to Train Mobility
Stretching alone won't improve your mobility. Follow these steps for better flexibility and movement quality!
A Better Way to Worry
Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam, Dr. Tracey Dennis-Tiwary
In this October 2022 episode of Hidden Brain, Dr. Tracey Dennis-Tiwary explains the purpose of our internal alarms and how we can leverage anxiety to work in our favor.
A Bittersweet Season
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
A Brand Called You is an 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 Communication: Hieroglyphics to Emojis
The Open University, Philip Seargeant, David Hann
This course explores the history of language and how it has evolved over time to include new forms of communication.
A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived
Adam Rutherford, Siddhartha Mukherjee
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 Everything
This book chronicles the history of the universe, tracing back the roots of wisdom from generations passed up to and including the 21st century.
A Brief History of Ireland
Richard Killeen's 2012 history of Ireland takes a broad view, from prehistory to the present day, charting invasions, conflicts, politics, and the uniqueness of the island.
A Brief History of Time
Stephen Hawking's groundbreaking book, A Brief History of Time, draws a clear picture of what space and time are, how the general theory of relativity redefined them, and why the universe is expanding.
A Brief Welcome to the Universe
Neil deGrasse Tyson, J. Richard Gott, Michael A. Strauss
A Brief Welcome to the Universe offers a bite-sized guide to an unfathomably large topic, exploring our existence and evolving our understanding of the place we call home.
A Career Strategist's Guide to Getting a Job
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 Class Act
British comedian Rob Beckett shares his thoughts on class and explores how his working-class background impacted his family, career, and identity.