Marketing Above the Noise

Marketing Above the Noise

Marketing Above The Noise (2015) guides you through today’s marketing world, helping you separate useful advice from useless noise. Advising against jumping on the bandwagon and following all those hot new marketing trends, these blinks...

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Never Enough

Never Enough

Never Enough (2019) is about drugs and addiction. The author explores the science behind drugs ranging from alcohol to cocaine and explains why certain people are more prone to addiction than others This content is for Monthly Plan and Yearly...

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Doing Good Better

Doing Good Better (2015) is a guide to making the largest positive impact possible through charitable donations. In examining many of the popular misconceptions about effective giving, this book gives you all the tools you need to truly make a...

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Get Some Head Space

Get Some Headspace (2011) paves an easy path to understanding meditation and the ways it can benefit us. Drawing on his own experience as a Buddhist monk, Puddicombe offers a strong case that even the busiest people can take ten … Read the...

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The Now Habit

The Now Habit investigates a problem many people can relate to today: procrastination. Why do people put off important tasks until the last possible second? And how can they be helped? The Now Habit explains where this phenomenon comes from...

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The Miracle Morning

In The Miracle Morning, Hal Elrod explains the techniques that got him through the aftermath of a near-fatal car accident. Elrod realized that the key to a successful and fulfilling life was dedicating some time to improving ourselves every day...

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The Knowledge Illusion

The Knowledge Illusion (2017) is an in-depth exploration of the human mind. It argues against the view that intelligence is solely an individual attribute, offering compelling arguments for how our success as a species would have been impossible...

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The Laws of Human Nature

The Laws of Human Nature (2018) takes an in-depth look at the many aspects of the human condition that often go overlooked or unacknowledged. As author Robert Greene explains, we are all a bit narcissistic, irrational, short-sighted and prone to...

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Women, Food and God

Women, Food and God (2010) takes a close look at the complicated relationship women can have with food, particularly in how eating disorders reflect deeper issues than a superficial concern about flat stomachs. Author Geneen Roth shows how our...

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Why We Sleep

Why We Sleep (2017) explores the latest scientific thinking on the importance of sleep. It explains what sleep deprivation does to our minds and bodies, and offers some tips for getting quality sleep – and more of it. This content … Read...

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Genius Foods

Genius Foods (2018) makes a simple but compelling point: what we eat today is starving our brains. Drawing on the most up-to-date scientific research, it connects the dots and shows just how our diets can affect our cognitive health. But &hellip...

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