When

When

Daniel H. Pink makes a compelling argument that “timing is everything” as he examines the role that time plays in human interactions. A large existing body of work already evaluates how to address projects, trends, and issues; this book launches...

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Lose the Resume, Land the Job

Lose the Resume, Land the Job

As CEO of the Korn Ferry executive recruiting firm, Gary Burnison has interviewed thousands of job candidates, and he’s seen it all. He puts his knowledge into practice to show you how to get your next job. Don’t waste your time searching online...

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How to Build a Business That Lasts 100 Years

How to Build a Business That Lasts 100 Years

Business rarely looks to nature for answers, but corporate strategist Martin Reeves has found that the secret to corporate longevity lies within biology. He deems that the traits that make the human immune system so resilient are the same...

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Quirkology

Quirkology

Quirkology (2007) takes a uniquely scientific look at some common questions that are often dismissed as trivial: What kind of impact does astrology have on our lives? Is the number 13 really unlucky? Can a joke truly be harmful? And more! This...

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I Wear the Black Hat

I Wear the Black Hat

I Wear the Black Hat (2013) takes a look at villainy as viewed both in reality and pop culture. Find out how our modern perception of villains has been formed over the ages and how even heroes can be transformed into bad guys. You’ll discover how...

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How We Live Now

In How We Live Now (2016), you’re taken on a virtual trip across the United States to explore the different ways in which Americans create homes for themselves, their families and friends. These blinks reveal the latest trends in communal living...

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How Bad Are Bananas

In How Bad are Bananas? (2010), author Mike Berner-Lee provides readers with an A-to-Z guide of how they can start living a more environmentally conscious life and reduce their own carbon footprint. You may think you’re familiar with climate...

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Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures (2016) reveals the untold story of the black female mathematicians who helped send John Glenn on his first orbit around the Earth and Neil Armstrong to the moon. These courageous, trailblazing women answered the call of duty by...

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Civilizations

Civilizations (2018) is the companion to a major new BBC documentary series co-presented by renowned classical historian Mary Beard. Divided into two parts, it takes a close look at the relationship between civilization and artistic...

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