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Latest Issues

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The 12 New Fall Books to Enrich Your Thinking

The idea books that light me up are filled with paradoxes. Some offer timely insights on timeless questions. Others glean universal wisdom from personal experiences. Many use anecdotes to illustrate and illuminate data. And most manage to c...

20 days ago

What If We Chose Leaders by Lottery?

More than a century ago, G.K. Chesterton wrote about a small country that selected its rulers at random by lottery. It wasn’t a real country—Chesterton dreamed it up for a satirical novel, The Napoleon of Notting Hill. In my New York Times ...

a month ago

Granted: The case for slow replies, and insights on facing fear and finding hope

Weekends and holidays shouldn’t be time to recover. They should be time to rejoice.

3 months ago

The secret I’ve been keeping from you

I’m thrilled to introduce my next book, Hidden Potential. It’s about how we can elevate ourselves and others to unexpected heights. It debuts in October, and it’s now available for preorder here.

4 months ago


The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Adam Grant

    Organizational psychologist at Wharton, #1 NYT bestselling author of THINK AGAIN, host of the TED podcasts Re:Thinking and WorkLife. Diver and dad. I believe that the most meaningful way to succeed is to help others succeed.

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