Resources to help you become fitter through sleep, movement and other physical activities
Struggling to keep your weight off? Then the issue might have more to do with your brain than anything else. Winning the Game of Weight Loss is a science-based method that tackles just that — by retraining your brain (and thus your self-image, cravings and habits) for permanent fat loss.
If you think that sleeping is anti-productive and a complete waste of time, you'd better think again. In this seminal book, Dr. Walker goes over how sleep can impact virtually all areas of your life — from health, mood to learning and productivity.
(Dr. Walker also hosts a 15-part masterclass on the science of better sleep at masterclass.com)
Authored by the renowned psychiatrist John Ratey, Spark is the scientific book that explains — in great detail — how exercise is truly a holy grail that remodels our brain for both peak performance and longevity.
Authored by the renowned biomechanist Katy Bowman, Move Your DNA is a science-based book that pioneers the idea of movements as nutrients (and how the conventional exercise paradigm can lead to movement malnutrition).
Resources on one of the most important pillars of health — diet — and its ancillary topics such as dieting and fasting
Straight from the researchers behind the famed 25-year Okinawa Centenarian Study, The Okinawa Program documents the diet, exercise and lifestyle practices that make the Okinawans one of the healthiest and longest-lived people on Earth.
Authored in part by the 25-year chair of nutrition at Harvard, Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy is a guide on food selection and healthy eating based on the latest research on diet and a set of relatively-simple nutritional principles.
Resources on mastering one's mind, finding purpose, fostering deep relationships and seeking happiness
Hosted by a 40-year veteran of the Western mindfulness movement, mindfulness and meditation masterclass will help you establish a mindfulness practice so that you can calm your stress, control your thought and live in a state of joy and peace.
Developed by the famed Yale professor Laurie Santos, The Science of Well-Being will introduce you to the science of happiness, so that you can stay clear of its obstacles and rewire yourself into a happier, more purposeful living being.
Taught by Michigan University professor Vic Strecher, Finding Purpose and Meaning in Life is a course deliberately constructed to help you discover and plan out the most important things in your life.
Resources on effective learning, with topics ranging from accelerated learning and speed-reading to memory hacks and cognitive tools
Hosted by star professors Barbara Oakley and Terrence Sejnowski, Learning How to Learn is a course which explores the science of learning, and the powerful techniques which you can use to learn and remember a subject more effectively.
Resources on how to think and behave rationally — so as to not fall prey to false beliefs, agendas and ideologies
Hosted by the famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Scientific Thinking and Communication is a 12-part masterclass which explores the tools and techniques used in science for the pursuit and communication of objective truths.
A natural sequel of Thinking, Fast and Slow, Noise explores the systemic impacts noises and biases have in our decision making, and the simple things we can do to reduce them and avoid costly mistakes in the long run.
Resources on being more efficient through better mindset, better planning, better routines and better habits
Authored by a survivor of car crash, economic depression and cancer, The Miracle Morning revolves around a 6-letter system which you can use to optimize your morning routine and in doing so, eliminate your obstacles and transform your life.
(The documentary version of the book, The Miracle Morning Movie, is also available on Amazon for US viewers.)
Resources on goal-oriented mindset, goal planning, goal execution and goal tracking
Fear and uncertainty can be debilitating, but it doesn't need to be. With Winning the Game of Fear, you'll learn a science-based method for uncovering and releasing your conscious/unconscious fears — so that you can begin to cultivate the beliefs and habits towards your goals and dreams.
Often find yourself pushing things to tomorrow? Then the source of it is probably emotional. With Winning the Game of Procrastination, you'll learn a brain-based method to stop that behavior — so that you can reclaim your confidence and repurpose your time towards the things that matter.
Successful people are who they are because they achieve what they want faster than most of us. With the Exceptional Life training, you'll be personally guided by a top-notch community to do the same — by upgrading your mindset, skills and actions towards your biggest goals and dreams.
Business & Finance
Resources on financial education, business building, marketing and other related topics
Often find yourself struggling with money? Then you're not alone. With Winning the Game of Money, you'll discover a science-based system to change your money story, remove your money obstacles, recover from debts, and finally be on your way to sustainable wealth.
To be sustainable, you need to be able to fully express yourself. Here are some resources to help you out on that front.
Created by one of the most prestigious music schools in the world, How to Play Guitar is a specialization that will turn you from a guitar beginner into a seasoned player — with the techniques and theory needed to play even your favorite songs.
Resources on how to become less reliant on the system, with topics ranging from farming and home medicine to foraging and other traditional skills
Resources on sustainability-related concepts such as resilience, independence, minimalism and meritocracy
A seminal work on systems theory, Thinking in Systems will expose you to the conceptual tools and methods of systems thinking, and illustrates how they can be used to tackle issues of different scales without succumbing to naive thinking.
Resources about the systems that govern us, with topics ranging from economy, civilization to conservation and policies
Authored by the famed professor Jared Diamond, Collapse identifies the different social/economic/environmental factors that have led to societal collapses in the past, and informs us about the things we can do to avoid going down the same path.
Better health, better finance, better community — the sustainable way.
Start with our Introduction Series to see how the sustainabilitist philosophy can help you to sustainabilize both yourself and your surrounding.