Eclectic bibliophile. Codifier of content. Rachael is passionate about literary fiction, psychology, critical theory, foreign culture, and self-development. Her worst fear is leaving home without her earbuds.
Entrepreneur, philanthropist, and angel investor Daymond John gets personal like never before in his new Audible Original, ‘Founding FUBU.’
The editors of this paradigm-shifting anthology discuss the importance of centering Black humanity while exploring vulnerability, shame resilience, and healing.
For her next adventure, the acclaimed science writer of 'Stiff' explores the puzzling and often hilarious conundrum of human-wildlife conflict in 'Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law.'
Psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Clemons spent years answering Instagram's questions about mental health. Now her Audible Original, ‘Be Well,’ acts as a resource and a guide for anyone looking for answers.
To save you some of the legwork of finding the advice that works for you, we've rounded up a list of the best self-development books with conflicting perspectives to help you compare the options and choose wisely to advance your personal journey.
These are some of our favorite audiobooks about positive thinking that will help you understand the psychology behind positive thinking, and hopefully, help you change your life as a result.
Whether you're struggling to stick to a budget or seeking to make your first million, here are the top influential figures in personal finance worth a listen.
Author Ted Larkins shares his sound advice for re-framing your thinking, tackling chores with ease, and realizing that celebrities are just like us – even Bon Jovi.
The author of 'That's Not What Happened' and 'The Duff' caught up with editor Rachael to talk about representation, how geek girls find their way, and how audiobooks aid accessibility.
Tiffany Pham, founder and CEO of the online platform Mogul, which aims to change the lives of women worldwide, shares why her first solo book is just the inspiration young women need and how audiobooks helped make her who she is today.