Inverting the Pyramid
Sports journalist Jonathan Wilson's seminal history of football tactics explores the way the sport has developed over time, while introducing the ideas and influential figures that have shaped the game.
Investing with Impact
Jeremy K Balkin
The 'Anti-Wolf of Wall Street' Jeremy K. Balkin explains how finance could transform society for the better, by relearning the core moral values of capitalism.
Scott Rozelle, Natalie Hell
Scott Rozelle and Natalie Hell analyze labor trends in China while explaining why the country's economic growth is stalling and — is likely to decline.
Caroline Criado Perez
In Invisible Women, author Caroline Criado Perez explores how the specific experiences, issues, and needs of women have been excluded from social and political considerations.
iPhone Photo Editing
In this Skillshare course, travel and lifestyle photographer Sean Dalton walks students through the benefits and techniques of photo editing in the Adobe Lightroom mobile app.
Is This Anything?
This pseudo-memoir from comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld takes an inside look at every joke Seinfeld ever wrote, from the beginning of his career to the current day.
Is Toxic Positivity a Thing?
Freakonomics Radio, Stephen Dubner, Angela Duckworth
This January 2022 episode of Freakonomics Radio explores whether extreme positivity can ever be toxic, discussing optimism and how to change your mindset to be less pessimistic.
This book draws a compact yet comprehensive picture of the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad, Islam's spread beyond the Arab Peninsula, and its relation to the modern world.
Islands of Abandonment
Scottish author and journalist Cal Flyn explores how nature is flourishing in places that humans have abandoned.
It's Not Always Depression
Hilary Jacobs Hendel
In her insightful guide on navigating emotions, Dr. Hilary Jacobs Hendel shows us how to use the Change Triangle to work through our emotions and reach the openhearted state of our true authentic selves.
It's Not Your Fault You Can't Pay Attention
The Ezra Klein Show, Ezra Klein, Johann Hari
In this February 2022 episode of the Ezra Klein Show, host Ezra Klein meets with New York Times bestselling author Johann Hari to discuss why we're struggling to pay attention now more than ever before.
Steve Wozniak, Gina Smith
iWoz is Steve 'Woz' Wozniak's autobiography, detailing his roadmap to success from his first job to creating the world's earliest desktop computer, founding what would later become the most valuable company in the world.
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook is a message to everyone who's not on the social media train yet, showing them how to tell their story the right way on the internet - so they can finally be heard.
Supriya Vani, Carl A. Harte
This biography explores the origins and legacies of Jacinda Ardern's notably empathetic methods of leadership, moving from her family, early career, and influences to present-day challenges and achievements.
This expansive and detailed biography offers intimate access into the life and mind of one of America's most significant Black writers.
James Clear: How to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones
Feel Better, Live More, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, James Clear
In this January 2021 episode of the Feel Better, Live More podcast, entrepreneur and author James Clear shares actionable advice on how to transform our habits to work for us rather than against us.
Jane Fonda in Five Acts
This 2018 HBO documentary from director Susan Lacy offers an intimate look into the life of actress and activist Jane Fonda.
Benjamin Hirsch, Janet Jackson
In this documentary, Janet Jackson looks back on her 50-year career alongside friends and family, revealing the resilience that made her a pop legend.
Jason Sudeikis & Brendan Hunt: Ted Lasso
Unlocking Us, Brene Brown, Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt
In this October 2020 episode of Unlocking Us, Brené Brown interviews Ted Lasso co-creators and stars Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt, discussing the show's origins and cultural impact.
Kanye West, Coodie, Chike Ozah
The final episode of the Kanye West documentary chronicles West's explosion as an internationally recognized hip-hop artist after the success of The College Dropout, and his mental health struggles in the years after his mother's death.
Kanye West, Coodie, Chike Ozah
In this second installment of the Kanye West documentary, filmmakers Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah explore the making of West's debut album, The College Dropout, and the circumstances that almost cut his rap career short.