by Werner Herzog
Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds explores the deeply interconnected impacts of meteorites on our planet – from the physical, ecological, scientific, cultural, and even the spiritual.
by Bee Wilson
First Bite explains why your eating habits were acquired, but not hardwired, in your childhood, and lets you know how you can change them for the better.
First They Killed My Father
by Loung Ung
First They Killed My Father is Loung Ung's account of the horrific events that she and her family had to go through while living in Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s. She explains how it devastated their country, separated their family, and how Loung got through it all.
First Things First
by Stephen R. Covey
First Things First shows you how to stop looking at the clock and start looking at the compass, by figuring out what's important and prioritizing those things in your life.
First, We Make the Beast Beautiful
by Sarah Wilson
First, We Make the Beast Beautiful explores innovative strategies for managing anxiety so you can live a richer and fuller life.
Fit for Growth
by Vinay Couto et al.
Fit for Growth is a guide to expanding your company's influence and profits by efficiently cutting costs, restructuring your business model, and eliminating unnecessary departments to pave the way for exponential success.
Fittest on Earth
by Heber Cannon
A look at what makes the CrossFit Games the ultimate competition to define the fittest human on Earth.
by Liam Vaughan
Flash Crash is the story of Navinder Singh Sarao, a trader who made $70 million by manipulating the markets from his bedroom, ultimately contributing to one of the world's biggest market crashes.
by Martin E. P. Seligman
Flourish establishes a new model for well-being, rooted in positive psychology, building on five key pillars to help you create a happy life through the power of simple exercises.
by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Flow explains why we seek happiness in external elements and why we should aim to find enjoyment within ourselves first in order to create our own meaning in life.
by Daniel Goleman
Focus shows you that attention is the thing that makes life worth living. It helps you develop your focus in every area of life: work, relationships, and your own attitude towards life on Earth.
Focus to Flourish: Productivity Skills for the Creative
by Bonnie Christine
In Focus to Flourish, Bonnie Christine shows us how we can use workflow strategies to accomplish our goals and maintain balance in our lives, explaining the importance of focus and how we can design our lives to become more productive in everything we do.
Food and Mood
by Deakin University
This course explores the link between diet and mental health, offering research-based food recommendations for optimal brain health and mood.
Food as Medicine
by Monash University
In this course, experts from Monash University dispel common myths about food, nutrition, and health while providing the skills needed to make informed decisions about your diet.
by Mark Hyman
Food Fix will guide you with tips to help you eat healthier and make better choices for the planet by deep diving into the damaging world of food production, highlighting how we can help fix these problems.
by Robert Kenner
This eye-opening documentary takes a closer look at what you put into your body each day, with investigative journalists and activists uncovering how food is processed and how the food industry operates.
by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Fooled By Randomness explains how luck, uncertainty, probability, human error, risk, and decision-making work together to influence our actions. Set against the backdrop of business and specifically, investing, it uncovers how much bigger the role of chance is in our lives than we usually make it out to be.
For the Love of Men
by Liz Plank
For the Love of Men explores the false beliefs surrounding men and masculinity that have stunted progress in society and led to an epidemic of violence and loneliness, offering a new vision for equality.
Forensics: the Anatomy of Crime
by Val McDermid
Forensics: The Anatomy Of Crime gives you an inside look at all the different fields of criminal forensics and their history, outlining how crime investigation has changed dramatically within the last 200 years.
Forgiving What You Can't Forget
by Lysa TerKeurst
Forgiving What You Can't Forget teaches you how to heal from past traumas and forgive those who have wronged you to set yourself free.