Look Within

How to Lead With Self Awareness and Vulnerability
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Gods of the Upper Air

How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century
Author: Charles King
In Gods of the Upper Air, biographer Charles King reveals how German-born American anthropologist Franz Boas and his students helped transform the way human differences and similarities are perceived. The book focuses on the groundb...
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Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant on Resil...

Author: HBR Ideacast
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How to Win Friends and Influence People

Author: Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie’s 1936 book is a timeless classic because of his free conversational style and simple approach to life. A lot has changed in the last 84 years, but not the effectiveness of Carnegie’s philosophies. This book entails a ...
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Fast Food Nation

The Dark Side of the All-American Meal
Author: Eric Schlosser
Eric Schlosser’s 2001 book Fast Food Nation, is an expose on how the fast food industry has radically changed the landscape of America, mostly for the worst. It has widened the gap between rich and the poor, and engendered widesprea...
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Everything is F*cked

A Book about Hope
Author: Mark Manson
After the huge success of his groundbreaking International bestseller ‘The Subtle Art of not giving a F*ck’, Mark Mason is back with yet another one. In his new work “Everything is F*cked: A Book about Hope”, he takes us by the coll...
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This is Going to Hurt

Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor
Author: Adam Kay
‘This is Going to Hurt’, is the work of the British writer, Adam Kay. It is his most admired book and has received positive acclaim from many sources. It is a must-read if you have anything against doctors. The book gives an insight...
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The Booming Podcast Industry

Author: Article Series
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Born a Crime

Stories from a South African Childhood
Author: Trevor Noah
Trevor Noah was born of a crime, of a white Swiss father and a black Xhosa mother, when interracial sex was punishable during apartheid in South Africa. He was the living evidence of his parents’ crime and for the first few years of...
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The Sixth Extinction

an Unnatural History
The Sixth Extinction is a book by the award winning journalist, Elizabeth Kolbert. The book studies the relationship between humans and the environment or nature. Scientists all over the world have been monitoring the sixth extincti...
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