Productivity Habits That Stick: Using Time Theming
by Mike Vardy
In his course, Productivity Habits That Stick: Using Time Theming, Mike Vardy shows us how to develop a simple productivity framework that involves theming our time and our days. This helps to make us more productive.
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by Ali Abdaal
Productivity Masterclass contains some of the best and most useful theoretical and practical how-tos to boost productivity.
Productivity Today: Managing Attention in the Digital Age
by Kevin Siskar
In a world full of distractions and unexamined to-do lists, Productivity Today provides the tools for managing your attention and achieving productivity.
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by Dorie Clark
Overcome your fear of navigating networking events and learn how to build strategically smart business connections with these secrets on creating professional relationships from branding expert Dorie Clark.
by Mike Michalowicz
Profit First shows you how to kickstart your business's growth by identifying the best financial methods to apply so that you can reach new heights.
by Johan Norberg
In Progress, Johan Norberg shines a light on the world's greatest advancements through the lens of globalization.
Project Management in Real Life
by Nikki Henderson
Project Management in Real Life is a concise course that teaches the key elements of effective project management.
Promises to Keep
by Joe Biden
Released in 2007, Joe Biden's bestselling memoir chronicles his four decades in the Senate, where he was shaped by adversity, tragedy, and intimate first-hand experiences of several pivotal world events.
Providing Trauma-Informed Care
by Donn Kropp
In Trauma-Informed Care, Registered Nurse Donn Kropp explains some common misconceptions about trauma and how we can work through it to improve health and wellbeing for ourselves and others.
by Daniel McGinn
Psyched Up takes an in-depth look at the science behind mental preparation to show you how to follow the example of the best performers in any given field.
by Maxwell Maltz
Psycho-Cybernetics explains how thinking of the human mind as a machine can help improve your self-image, which will dramatically increase your success and happiness.
Psychological First Aid
by George Everly
When a natural disaster or other traumatic event occurs, we naturally seek to help those who were first affected. This course explores another important topic: how to provide psychological help to bystanders.
Psychology of Influence and Human Behavior
by Hamed Mardanpour
Psychology of Influence and Human Behavior breaks down the psychology of human behavior to devise a step-by-step method to gain more control over your actions, and have a positive impact over others.
Psychology of Popularity
by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Do you care what others think? This course teaches us about the profound impact our popularity can have on us as children, and how these effects can reverberate into our adult lives.
Punished by Rewards
by Alfie Kohn
In Punished by Rewards, education and parenting expert Alfie Kohn opposes the widely accepted 'do this, and you'll get that' behavioral method, showing how motivation via rewards is often counterproductive.
by Seth Godin
In Purple Cow, learn why building a great product and advertising the heck out of it is not enough and how you can build something great that others want to share - so you can succeed in today's crowded post-advertising world.
PURPOSE ... How to Find Your "why"
by David Hyner
PURPOSE: How to Find Your Why teaches you to understand who you really are, helps you find the way to effortless decision making, and makes your life easier.
Purpose, Community, Gratitude
by Jason Prall
In this installment of The Human Longevity Project, we listen to input from elders of healthy populations along with medical experts to learn about the importance of purpose, gratitude, and community and their impact on health.
by John Wood
Business gurus John Wood and Amalia McGibbon make a case for a new way of doing business – where social and societal impact is integral to the organization's operations, and purpose means just as much as profits.
by John G. Miller
QBQ! will teach you to ask better questions and explain why doing so will change every aspect of your life for the better.
by Susan Cain
Quiet shows the slow rise of the extrovert ideal for success throughout the 20th century, while making a case for the underappreciated power of introverts and showing up new ways for both forces to cooperate.