Hack List

The Honest Truth About Dishonesty

by Dan Ariely

Based on scientific experiments, The Honest Truth About Dishonesty reveals our irrational motivations behind cheating, and how to lessen our conflict between wanting to get ahead, and being good people.

The Hot Zone

by Richard Preston

The Hot Zone is a terrifying true story of how the Ebola virus came to be, why it's so deadly and contagious, and how this all reveals our massive vulnerabilities and inefficiencies when it comes to fending off pandemics of any kind.

The House of Rothschild

by Niall Ferguson

The House Of Rothschild examines the facts and myths existing around the wealthiest family in the 19th century, tracing their journey from isolated outcasts to their building of the biggest bank in the world.

The Idea Factory

by Jon Gertner

The Idea Factory explains how one company managed to spearhead innovation in the communications industry for almost 100 years, and produced a huge share of the technology that shapes our lives today.

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

by Rebecca Skloot

The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks unravels the story of a woman whose cells led to many medical breakthroughs, highlighting the exploitation endured by people of color in the scientific community.

The Importance of Being Little

by Erika Christakis

The Importance Of Being Little outlines the terrible inefficiencies of preschools, identifies how brilliantly curious the minds of kids are, and teaches ways to help them succeed through focusing more on principles like play and skill-development.

The in-Between

by Jeff Goins

The In-Between is our reminder to slow down and learn to appreciate the little moments in life, as they shape our existence a lot more than we think.

The Inner Game of Tennis

by W. Timothy Gallwey

The Inner Game Of Tennis is about the mental state required to deliver peak performance, and how you can cultivate that state in sports, work, and life.

The Innovator's Dilemma

by Clayton M. Christensen

The Innovator's Dilemma explains the power of disruption, why market leaders are often set up to fail, and what incumbents can do to secure their market leadership for the years to come.

The Innovators

by Walter Isaacson

The Innovators walks you through the history of the digital revolution, showing how it was a combined effort of many creative minds over decades that enabled us to go from huge, clunky machines to the fast, globally-connected devices in your pocket today.

The Intelligent Investor

by Benjamin Graham

The Intelligent Investor explains the idea behind 'value investing,' focused on generating steady, long-term profits by ignoring the current market and picking companies with high intrinsic value.

The Interpretation of Dreams

by Sigmund Freud

Psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud's seminal work on the deeper meanings behind our dreams describes how to piece back together the puzzle of our psyches and make sense of the hidden depths of our unconscious minds.

The Introvert's Complete Career Guide

by Jane Finkle

The Introvert's Complete Career Guide will teach those who have a hard time getting out of their shell how to gain confidence when navigating the workplace - from job interviews to office relationships.

The Intuition Code

by Anne Watkins

The Intuition Code provides highly practical and valuable exercises for immensely inspired decision making and greater rationality, at home or work, by learning to trust and develop your natural intuitive intelligence.

The Inventor

by Alex Gibney

The Inventor is a riveting account of the disturbing story of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of medical company Theranos, which reveals the toxic culture of 'faking it until you make it' prevalent in Silicon Valley.

The Joy of Movement

by Kelly McGonigal

The Joy of Movement can help us to find the motivation to get out and exercise more often, by teaching us the scientific reasons why it's good for us and why our bodies are designed to enjoy it.

The Joys and Sorrows of Parenting

by The School of Life

Navigating the rollercoaster of parenting is both exhilarating and heartbreaking, a challenge that philosophy - and The School of Life - can help you tackle with a calmer mind.

The Kickass Single Mom

by Emma Johnson

The Kickass Single Mom is a go-to guide to help single moms achieve financial security, find romantic fulfillment, and continue to be incredible parents.

The Language Hoax

by John H. McWhorter

In this book, linguist John McWhorter argues against the common belief that language shapes how we perceive the world.

The Language Instinct

by Steven Pinker

The Language Instinct takes you on an adventure into the world of linguistics and argues that we're born with an innate ability to understand languages, that most are more similar than we might think, and investigates the origins of our ability to communicate.

The Last Blockbuster

by Taylor Morden

The Last Blockbuster details how the movie rental franchise became one of the most popular ways of interacting with cinema, and how it then all but disappeared.

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