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Career & Success
Personal Growth

5-Minute Study Motivation - Japanese Procrastination Cure

Bryan Anze Bolt

Bryan Bolt discusses study motivation, the reasons we procrastinate, and how five minutes of motivation can help beat the limitations on the human mind.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy

7 Things Confident People Do Differently

On Purpose, Jay Shetty

Jay Shetty, an author, former monk, and podcast host shares seven key things that confident people do day-to-day and what you can learn from them in this episode of the On Purpose podcast.

Biographies
Parenting & Relationships
Culture & Society

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.

Health & Fitness
Mind & Philosophy
Parenting & Relationships
Culture & Society
Personal Growth

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.

Education

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.

Culture & Society
History

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.

Culture & Society
Biographies

A Class Act

Rob Beckett

British comedian Rob Beckett shares his thoughts on class and explores how his working-class background impacted his family, career, and identity.

Parenting & Relationships
Culture & Society

A Curious History of Sex

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.

Technology & the Future
Education
Career & Success

A Digital Edge: Essentials for the Online Learner

Dublin City University, Mark Brown, Mairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl, Eamon Costello

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.

Personal Growth
Career & Success

A Few Wise Words

Peter Mukherjee

Develop your personal philosophy using the wisdom of the world's most successful people. In A Few Wise Words, 22 contributors offer a wide variety of advice and guidance, focusing on a few common themes.

Science & Environment

A Field Guide to Water

99% Invisible, Roman Mars

From marine biologists and submarine pilots to ice skaters and professional mermaids, this August 2021 episode of the 99% Invisible podcast explores what water means to different people and why it's so important to us.

Personal Growth

A First-Rate Madness

S. Nassir Ghaemi

A First-Rate Madness shares the stories of how many world leaders prevailed despite mental illness and struggles – through their lessons, we'll learn how to turn our psychological disadvantages into leadership strengths.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy
Parenting & Relationships
Science & Environment
Culture & Society

A General Theory of Love

Thomas Lewis, Fari Amini, Richard Lannon

A General Theory of Love will help you reprogram your mind for better emotional intelligence and relationships, based on what three psychiatrists have to say about the science of why we experience love and other emotions.

Personal Growth
Arts & Design
Mind & Philosophy

A Guide to the Good Life

William B. Irvine

A Guide to the Good Life is a roadmap for Stoicism, showing you how you can cultivate this ancient philosophy in your own life, why it's useful, and what Stoics are really about.

Culture & Society
Science & Environment

A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century

Heather Heying, Bret Weinstein

In their fascinating book A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein examine the biggest problems facing modern society through the biological lens of our evolutionary history.

Science & Environment

A Life on Our Planet

David Attenborough

In A Life on Our Planet, renowned nature broadcaster David Attenborough shares a personal retrospective of his career and his concerns for the future of life on Earth.

Parenting & Relationships

A Life's Work

Rachel Cusk

Acclaimed British novelist Rachel Cusk delivers an honest, unexpected, and multifaceted account of motherhood.

Parenting & Relationships
Mind & Philosophy
Personal Growth

A Line Above the Sky

Helen Mort

This memoir from British poet Helen Mort explores the links between mountain climbing, connecting with nature, and motherhood.

Mind & Philosophy

A Monk's Guide to Happiness

Gelong Thubten

A Monk's Guide To Happiness will help you find more joy in life by identifying the most common mental pitfalls we fall into, and how to break the shackles of suffering to finally find inner peace.

Parenting & Relationships

A New Way for Mothers

Louise Webster

Figure out how to remember and hold onto your unique passions and talent as a mother, but without sacrificing caregiving.

Culture & Society
History
Biographies

A Queen for All Seasons

Joanna Lumley

Joanna Lumley's collection of first-hand insights and observations of Queen Elizabeth II seeks to celebrate the achievement of the Commonwealth's longest-reigning monarch.

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