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
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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.
Quit Like a Millionaire
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Quit Like A Millionaire will give you a mathematically proven way to manage your money and build your wealth – so you can finally reach financial freedom.
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Race After Technology
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From everyday apps to complex algorithms, Ruha Benjamin demonstrates that centuries of racial bias are intrinsic to the tech industry, either unknowingly or by design.
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Radical Acceptance teaches you how you can become more content and happy in your life by applying the core principles of meditation and Buddhism.
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by Bob Woodward
Rage is an intimate look at the Trump presidency from a celebrated investigative journalist who had unfettered access to all the major players.
Raising a Secure Child
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Raising A Secure Child teaches new parents how to create a healthy relationship with their child, avoid codependency, and build emotional resilience.
Raising Boys in the Twenty-First Century
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Raising Boys in the Twenty-First Century is a handy guide to bringing up well-rounded young men in an increasingly self-aware world, through helping them embrace a positive vision of masculinity and delve into their innate sense of empathy.
by Rebecca Zak
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Raising Healthy Kids
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This episode from The Human Longevity Series combines expert advice with anecdotes from elders around the world to shed light on raising kids who thrive.
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This short documentary from Netflix showcases the spiritual journey and the final stage of the life of the spiritual guide, Ram Dass.
by David Epstein
Range shows that having a broad spectrum of skills and interests, and taking your time to figure them out, is better than specializing in just one area.
by Julie Cohen
This documentary takes a look at the life and career of the late United States Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg, and how her influence has shaped the nation.
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Reading Like a Writer
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Reading Like A Writer shows us how paying close attention to world-famous authors not only helps us get a lot more from our reading, but also teaches us to be better writers ourselves.
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