AudioBooks

Mindfulness & Happiness

Ending Aging by Aubrey de Grey – Book Summary
Learn about the scientific breakthroughs that have unlocked the secret of aging. Ending Aging (2007) is a scientific exploration of aging and the factors which cause our bodies to decay. Founded on Dr. Aubrey de Grey’s groundbreaking research, this book demonstrates the new insights which have enhanced our understanding of the aging process and, consequently, […]
An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield – Book Summary
What Going to Space Taught Me About Ingenuity, Determination, and Being Prepared For Anything. Becoming an astronaut is a childhood dream of people all over the world. Being able to leave Earth, experience zero-gravity, and float among the stars is something only a few people in life are lucky enough to experience. Chris Hadfield is […]
Verbal Judo by George J. Thompson and Jerry B. Jenkins – Book Summary
Learn the art of effective communication. Have you ever had a conversation that felt like a chess match? Or an argument that felt more like a knock-out? Well, what if your conversations were like verbal judo? Named for the Japanese martial art whose name literally translates “gentle way,” Verbal Judo (1993) offers a police officer’s […]

Biographies & Memories

The Path Made Clear by Oprah Winfrey -Book Summary
Oprah’s guide to life. America often looks to Oprah for advice; The Path Made Clear (2019) is her latest installment in a long history of giving us the wisdom we seek. By following the principles Oprah outlines in The Path Made Clear, you’ll learn how to embark on a spiritual journey, find peace of mind, […]
Fail Fast, Fail Often by Ryan Babineaux and John Krumboltz – Book Summary
Learn how your failures can actually help you get ahead. Fail Fast, Fail Often is the textual companion to a Stanford University course of the same name. Crafted by two psychologists and career counselors, this book draws from the authors’ research on failure’s seemingly paradoxical impact on success– whether that’s for better or for worse! […]
Genius Foods by Max Lugavere – Book Summary
Learn about the diet that makes you smarter, happier, and more productive while protecting your brain for life. Ever wonder how some ninety-year-olds remain sharp as a tack? According to Max Lugavere, it likely deals with what they’ve been eating throughout their lifetime. No longer should we be eating for our bodies, instead, we should […]

Religion & Spirituality

Becoming Attached by Robert Karen – Book Summary
Becoming Attached (1998) explores the importance of children’s first relationships in life by examining their attachment to a primary caregiver. Offering insights into the positive and negative ways that early attachment can impact childhood development, Robert Karen presents his theories on childhood bonds and cements his place in the wider scientific conversation on attachment theory.
Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein – Book Summary
What’s a Super Attractor? Being a Super Attractor means that what you believe is what you will receive. You can co-create the world you want to see by aligning good-feeling emotions and directing them toward your desires. If you’re feeling down about life, depressed, or simply want to make a positive change in your life, […]
As We Speak by Peter Meyers and Shann Nix – Book Summary
Learn how to make your point and have it stick. No matter how confident you may be, the thought of public speaking can cripple even the most powerful members of society. For many of us, the mere thought of speaking to a group of people can elicit anxiety as we think about our worst fears […]

Parenting

Better and Faster by Jeremy Gutsche – Book Summary
Better and Faster goes beyond the boundaries of the traditional self-help book to provide you with a practical and engaging outline of highly specific tools you can use to get ahead of the competition and write your own successful future. Operating on the principle that, if nothing else, you can always serve as a bad […]
We Are The Weather by Jonathan Safran Foer – Book Summary
An informational guide on how harmful the animal industry is to the environment, and that saving the planet begins at breakfast. In We Are The Weather, Jonathan Safran Foer discusses the similarities between climate change and World War II. Similar to the sacrifices Americans made in the days we fought against the axis powers, it’s […]
Dear Girls by Ali Wong – Book Summary
Ali Wong, an Asian American female comedian, sets out to write a series of letters to her daughters in her book, Dear Girls. Despite experiencing much success these past few years, Wong’s life has been far from perfect. Throughout her journey, she has experienced failure, embarrassment, harassment, and criticism and reveals the lessons she’s learned […]

Productivity

The Mindful Athlete by George Mumford – Book Summary
Discover the athletic superpowers you didn’t know you had. Wouldn’t it be great to reach your peak performance as an athlete? Would you like to beat your own personal best and learn how to raise that standard every day? If your answer is yes, then The Mindful Athlete (2015) is your new handbook for unlocking […]
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Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis – Book Summary
A self-help guide to breaking free from your fears and uncover your inner desires to go after what you want…all without apologizing. Do you find yourself craving more? Do you have big dreams and aspirations but are too scared to go after them? Maybe you’re scared of what others will think, or you’ve already created […]

Career & Success

Social Intelligence by Daniel Goleman – Book Summary
Social Intelligence is a critical study of the emotional intelligence which enriches our lives but is unable to be measured by more traditional forms like an IQ test. Unpacking both the neurological logistics and practical application of social intelligence in our daily lives, this study examines the positive impact of developing our ability to read […]
Do Breathe by Michael Townsend Williams – Book Summary
With its emphasis on restoring your mental health through a return to the basic health practices of life, Do/Breathe (2015) is not your typical self-help book. Abandoning prescriptive or pressuring models of personal development, Do/Breathe invites readers to take a relaxing step back to the basics of human existence and address our most fundamental needs: […]
The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan – Book Summary
A Natural History of Four Meals The question of what to eat for dinner has become more complicated than ever. In the 21st century, we are faced with what anthropologists call, the omnivore’s dilemma. Back in the hunter-gatherer days, humans had to learn what was safe and what wasn’t. For example, we now know which […]

Nature & Environment

10 Days to Faster Reading by The Princeton Language Inst and A. M. Beale – Book Summary
The competing pressures of our daily lives often leave us little time to read, but by applying this life hack, you can improve your reading speed in under 10 days! Written for everyone who doesn’t have the time to read as much as they’d like or for those whose to-be-read pile has taken over their […]
The Orderly Conversation by Dale Ludwig and Greg Owen-Boger – Book Summary
Business Presentations Redefined. At some point in your life, you will probably find yourself giving a presentation in front of an audience. Perhaps it’s a major sales pitch or just a project overview; regardless, you’ll need the necessary skills and training to turn that presentation into a success. As many business people know, presentations are […]
Verbal Judo by George J. Thompson and Jerry B. Jenkins – Book Summary
Learn the art of effective communication. Have you ever had a conversation that felt like a chess match? Or an argument that felt more like a knock-out? Well, what if your conversations were like verbal judo? Named for the Japanese martial art whose name literally translates “gentle way,” Verbal Judo (1993) offers a police officer’s […]

Health & Nutrition

My Morning Routine by Benjamin Spall and Michael Xander – Book Summary
Written for anyone who feels like sleep is a drug, their bed is their dealer, and their alarm clock is the police, My Morning Routine (2018) will teach you how to optimize your morning routine for a successful start to the day. Crafted through the authors’ interviews with 64 of today’s most successful people, My […]
The Plant Paradox by Steven R. Gundry, M.D. – Book Summary
The revolutionary program that cures your body inside-out by identifying and eliminating harmful foods like vegetables and grains from your diet. While most of us have heard of gluten, a protein found in wheat which causes widespread inflammation throughout the body. People all over the world have educated themselves about the dangers of gluten and […]
Atomic Habits by James Clear – Book Summary
Learn about the easy and proven way to build good habits and break the bad ones. What’s a habit? If someone were to ask you about your daily habits, you might need some time to think about them. That’s because a habit, by definition, is an act that you perform automatically by instinct. Like when […]