On Writing Well
by William Zinsser
On Writing Well is your guide to becoming a great non-fiction writer, explaining why you must learn and practice principles like simplicity, consistency, voice, editing, and enthusiasm if you want to persuade readers and make a difference in their lives.
One Child Nation
by Nanfu Wang
A painstaking effort by Chinese-American filmmaker Nanfu Wang, One Child Nation takes a critical look at China's one-child policy and how it has impacted families throughout the country.
One Simple Idea
by Stephen Key
One Simple Idea shows us how to turn ideas into licensed products and build companies that use outsourced manufacturers to produce, market, sell, and distribute.
Online Marketing Foundations
by Brad Batesole
Online Marketing Foundations is a course that covers all the essential elements of promoting your business online.
Open: An Autobiography
by Andre Agassi
Open is the autobiography of world-famous tennis player Andre Agassi. The former world number one details his journey to self-awareness and balance while handling the constant pressures of sporting success.
Optimum Nutrition for the Mind
by Patrick Holford
In Optimum Nutrition for the Mind, founder of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition Patrick Holford offers an in-depth guide into the ways in which food affects our mood, memory, and intelligence, and shows us how we can eat for peak brain performance.
Option B: Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy
by Sheryl Sandberg
Option B shares the stories of people who've had to deal with a traumatizing event and learned from it and teaches us to become more resilient when adversity arises.
by Brenda Bailey-Hughes
Discover how to implement a communication strategy that works. This course, crafted for you by expert consultant Brenda Bailey-Hughes, shares all the best tricks for company-wide productivity and employee satisfaction.
by Sara Canaday
Organizational Culture introduces clear strategies for how companies can assess, refine, and overturn an existing company culture to leverage morale and performance.
Organizing Your Life: Time Management (Getting More Done) | 27400ef0-6290-4fa3-b2c4-b7d43df42608
by Taylor Bruno
In this course, Taylor Bruno investigates why it's so important to recognize the importance of good time management, and how to achieve it.
by Edward W. Said
Orientalism reveals why false Western assumptions about Eastern countries have prevailed for over 200 years, and how they still affect how we view the Eastern world today.
by Adam M. Grant
Originals redefines the meaning of creativity, using many specific examples of how persistence, procrastination, transparency, critical thinking, and perspective can be brought together to change the world.
by Chaker Khazaal
This inspiring memoir recounts the moving story of a Palestinian-Canadian, from his upbringing in a refugee camp to becoming successful author and global advocate for human rights.
Our Earth's Future
by Debra Tillinger
In this detailed course, climate scientists seek to help students become literate on the science behind climate change, with the view that better public understanding is key to our response to the crisis.
Out of Many, One
by George W. Bush
George W. Bush creates portraits - both with his words and his own oil paintings - of the immigrants who have enriched both the lives of himself and, as he amply demonstrates, the United States of America.
Out of Our Minds
by Ken Robinson
Out Of Our Minds is about how we can set ourselves and our children up for doing good work in organizations around the globe, thanks to leaving behind the old mass education model and unleashing our individual creativity.
Out of the Ether
by Matthew Leising
This book is a gripping account of Ethereum's history, and Matthew Leising's attempt to catch the culprit behind a $55 million heist that almost crippled the blockchain system.
Outer Order, Inner Calm
by Gretchen Rubin
Outer Order, Inner Calm provides advice about decluttering our space and keeping it organized, in order to foster our inner peace.
by Malcolm Gladwell
Outliers explains why the 'self-made man' is a myth, and that lucky events, rare opportunities, and other external factors out of our control are what truly lies behind the success of the best people in their field.
Outlook: Efficient Email Management
by Gini von Courter
In this course, Microsoft Office wizard Gini von Courter shows us why Outlook might be the best email management system out there.