Hold Successful Meetings
by Caterina Kostoula
Hold Successful Meetings, by executive coach and former Google leader Caterina Kostula, is the go-to guide on how to lead efficient and purposeful meetings in the workplace.
Holding Yourself Accountable
by Dorie Clark
Holding Yourself Accountable teaches the true meaning of accountability, how you can develop the right mindset for it, and which steps you can take to stand out as a real leader.
by Allan Savory
As once-healthy soils degrade to dust in ever-growing quantities, Allan Savory argues the case for a revolution in land management that hinges on holism, the theory that the moving parts of an ecosystem need to be treated as one complex entity.
by Yuval Noah Harari
Homo Deus illustrates the history of the human race, from how we came to be the dominant species to which obstacles we must overcome if we're to continue to thrive.
by Mikki Kendall
Hood Feminism is a critique of the modern feminist movement and how it fails to include the major social and economic issues that affect women of color.
by Nir Eyal
Hooked shows you why some of the world's most successful products make us form habits around them, and teaches you the 4-step framework behind this process.
Horoscopes: Written in the Stars?
by Stuff You Should Know
In this throwback episode of Stuff You Should Know from December 2016, hosts Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant confront their skepticism about astrology, diving deep into this ancestral art.
Hot Girls Wanted
by Jill Bauer
The 2014 documentary Hot Girls Wanted explores the underbelly of Florida's porn industry, sharing the stories of young women drawn into sex work in a quest for independence.
How Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers Master Productivity
by Tim Ferriss
Understand which small lifestyle changes can pave your way towards mastering productivity as entrepreneur Tim Ferriss shares some tips to create better habits and routines.
How Blue Holes Work
by Stuff You Should Know
In this February 2021 episode of Stuff You Should Know, we explore the murky world of blue holes — terrifyingly deep underwater craters that reveal secrets about our ancient world and may even provide answers to today's climate challenges.
How Computers Work
by National Center for Computing Education
Marc Scott from the Raspberry Pi Foundation explains the history and science behind how computers work.
How Corrupt Is Britain?
by David Whyte
This collection of essays from prominent campaigners and thinkers seeks to reveal how corruption operates in the British economy and government.
How Emotions Are Made
by Lisa Feldman Barrett
How Emotions Are Made explores the often misconstrued world of human feelings and the cutting-edge science behind how they're formed.
How Finance Works
by Mihir Desai
Professor Mihir Desai of Harvard Business School guides you through the complicated world of finance in clear and simple terms.
How Food Is Made
by EIT Food
A guide to understanding the history of processed food, why we need to process food, and how we go about it.
How Google Does Machine Learning
by Google Cloud Training
This fascinating course dives under the hood of Google's machine learning models, revealing that AI is more about logic than data.
How Google Works
by Eric Schmidt
How Google Works shines a light on the hiring and operating processes of Google, which have enabled it to come up with great products continuously and stay visionary over the past 17 years.
How Luck Happens
by Janice Kaplan
How Luck Happens shows you how to foster your own luck by creating the conditions for it to manifest itself in your work, love and all other aspects of life.
How Medicine Mansplained Women's Health
In this December 2021 episode of the Unexplainable podcast, health experts and journalists outline the barriers to women's health research.
How Music Works
by David Byrne
Talking Heads singer-songwriter David Byrne takes a deep dive into music, from its history, to its production, to its impact on humanity.