How to improve your diet by planning ahead.
You’ve probably heard the saying, “You are what you eat,” but have you ever heard that you are when you eat? Probably not! What to Eat When (2018) argues that timing is every bit as important as diet. This book provides a practical step-by-step guide to making healthy eating choices across the board.
How to be a person that others will miss.
Have you ever thought about what will happen when you die? Have you ever wondered who would go to your funeral? Who would miss you? Who Will Cry When You Die? (1999) invites you to explore your impact on this world. And if you find that you’re unsatisfied with the legacy you’ll leave behind, the author provides practical, actionable tips for improving both your life and your legacy.
Learn about the relationship between neuroscience and free will.
We assume that free will is a wonderful gift that every human being has. But have you ever wondered how free will really works and how this ability impacts our brains? Who’s in Charge (2011) explores the complex relationship between neuroscience and free will and their impact on human society.
The guide book for successful people who want to take their success to the next level.
If you’re reading this book, there’s a good chance that you’re already pretty successful. At what point in life, you had the skills it took to reach a certain level of success. But you’ve probably also reached the point where you’re asking, “Now what?” or “Where do I go from here?” So, if you’re interested in advancing your career and reaching your full potential, it’s time to upgrade your success skills. What Got You Here, Won’t Get You There (2007) illustrates the importance of updating your skill set and becoming better than your best.
Learn how to decode the hidden messages of body language.
Written by a former FBI agent, What Every BODY is Saying (2008) is your pocket guide to nonverbal intelligence. Read about the hidden power of body language and how you can decode the secret messages being sent by every body.
Learn how to land your dream job.
This book might have been written in 1970, but it's advice is timeless! What Color is Your Parachute? has seen an update in 2017 so that some tips are targeted towards modern readers, but the essence of its ethos remains untouched. Today, it continues to fulfill its mission as a practical guide for acquiring the skills that will help you launch your dream career. Whether you’re new to the workforce and seeking your first job or you’re interested in changing careers, What Color is Your Parachute? will help you accomplish your goals.
Why feminism is for everyone
Feminism is often a hotly debated topic-- but Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie explains why it shouldn’t be. The author is a renowned feminist critic who is respected for her TED Talk on feminism, and We Should All Be Feminists (2014) is the expansion of her famous lecture. This book offers a highly detailed and nuanced explanation of why feminism makes the world a better place.
Learn about Warren’s words of wisdom for your finances.
If you only know one thing about Warren Buffett, it’s probably that he’s successful. As the fourth-wealthiest person in the world and the CEO of Berkshire-Hathaway, Warren Buffett has become a household name in the world of business and finance; his success sets a standard for aspiring investors to look up to. As a result, it’s no surprise that many people wish they could enjoy personalized life-coaching from Warren Buffett himself. And now, with this book, you can! Warren Buffet’s Ground Rules (2016) is an anthology of letters sent by the business tycoon to his partners. In these letters, Buffett outlines his key strategies for professional and financial success. He also demonstrates how you can implement them in your own life.
Learning how to live in limbo.
Have you ever felt like your life is on hold? Like you’re living in a limbo space between your uninspiring present and your successful future? It can be tough when you feel like you’re just waiting for your future; it’s easy to get impatient and wonder when your “real life” is going to start. But the author posits that this might be the wrong mindset to have. Instead of viewing our time in “the in-between” as an inconvenience, what if we viewed that time and space as an opportunity to learn, grow, and develop our best selves? The In-Between (2013) explores practical tips for doing just that.
A memoir from Britain’s former prime minister.
For the Record (2019) is David Cameron’s personal account of his life and career as prime minister of Britain. In his autobiography, you’ll learn about his experiences with the Tory party and his vision for his country, including behind-the-scenes details of his involvement with Britain’s controversial decision to leave the European Union.