The Brain That Changes Itself
by Norman Doidge
The Brain That Changes Itself explores the concept of neuroplasticity, sharing fascinating stories of people who can use the brain's ability to adapt and be cured of ailments previously considered incurable.
The Bulletproof Diet
by Dave Asprey
The Bulletproof Diet describes how focusing your diet around good fats, healthy proteins, and few carbohydrates can help us lose weight, gain energy, and focus.
The Business Romantic
by Tim Leberecht
The Business Romantic shows how doing business that is focused on passion and connection is ultimately what leads to greater success in today's world.
The Case Against Education
by Bryan Caplan
The Case Against Education reveals why the schooling system is so broken, how it doesn't fulfill its intended purposes but instead creates multiple problems for society, and what we can try to do to fix it.
The Charisma Myth
by Olivia Fox Cabane
The Charisma Myth debunks the idea that charisma is a born trait, outlining several tools and exercises we can use to develop a charming social appeal and magnetic personality, even if we're not extroverted.
The Checklist Manifesto
by Atul Gawande
The Checklist Manifesto explains why checklists can save lives, and teaches us how we can implement them correctly.
The Chimp Paradox
by Steve Peters
Sometimes we act so irrationally it's like there's a monkey in control of our brains. In The Chimp Paradox, Professor Steve Peters explains how to manage your inner chimp to make the best out of your relationships, career, and personal life.
The China Study
by T. Colin Campbell
The China Study examines the effect of animal protein intake on cancer risk, suggesting that the surest way we can improve our health is by focusing on a plant-based diet.
The Coaching Habit
by Michael Bungay Stanier
The Coaching Habit outlines the questions, attitudes, and habits required by managers who want to motivate their team into becoming self-sustaining.
The Coddling of the American Mind
by Greg Lukianoff
An exploration of the idea that parents in the U.S. are unwittingly harming their children by overprotecting them, tolerating distorted thinking, and promoting tribalism.
The Code Breaker
by Walter Isaacson
The Code Breaker explores biochemist and Nobel laureate Jennifer Doudna's work on developing one of the world's sharpest gene-editing technologies, used to combat deadly viruses and treat inherited diseases.
The Code of the Extraordinary Mind
by Vishen Lakhiani
The Code Of The Extraordinary Mind gives you a 10-step framework for success, based on the lives of the world's most successful people, of whom the author has spent 200+ hours interviewing.
The Color of Law
by Richard Rothstein
The Color of Law is a detailed exposé of the systematic residential segregation of Black Americans established by government policies in the United States.
The Comfort Book
by Matt Haig
In this collection of aphorisms, essays, and stories, author Matt Haig offers wisdom and encouragement to provide comfort in difficult times.
The Complete Joy of Homebrewing
by Charlie Papazian
This all-inclusive guide to home-brewing, suitable for all readers regardless of previous experience, provides brewing instructions from start to finish, along with key tips and personalized recipes.
The Compound Effect
by Darren Hardy
The Compound Effect shows us why big, abrupt changes rarely work, and how we can change our life over time with small, daily steps, and the courage to break through our limits when we reach them.
The Confidence Code
by Katty Kay
The Confidence Code empowers women to become more courageous by explaining their natural tendencies toward timidity and how to break them even in a world dominated by men.
The Confidence Game
by Maria Konnikova
In The Confidence Game, New Yorker columnist and professional poker player Maria Konnikova pulls together the stories of infamous swindlers and their victims and takes us through the psychological principles of deception - revealing why no one is immune to the wiles of a grifter.
The Courage Habit
by Kate Swoboda
The Courage Habit helps you unearth your hidden desires for a better life, shows you how fear buried them in the first place and outlines the path toward overcoming the paralysis that fear creates.
The Courage to Be Disliked
by Ichiro Kishimi
The Courage To Be Disliked is a Japanese analysis of 19th century psychologist Alfred Adler's work, who established that happiness lies in the hands of each human individual, no matter their past traumas.