by Pamela Meyer
Liespotting teaches you how to identify deceptive behavior with practical advice and foster a culture of trust, truth, and honesty in your immediate environment.
Life After Google
by George Gilder
Life After Google explains why Silicon Valley is suffering a nervous breakdown as big data and machine intelligence comes to an end and the post-Google era dawns.
Life Without Sex
by Charlie Bell
In Life Without Sex, Sky News reporter Charlie Bell interviews four people in an effort to understand asexuality and highlight the common misconceptions surrounding it.
Life's A Pitch
by Philip Delves Broughton
LIfe's a Pitch encourages us to see selling as an essential part of the human condition, an art to be embraced and honed rather than disrespected.
by David A. Sinclair PhD
Medical researcher David Sinclair demystifies aging, revealing its singular cause and showing how we can use that knowledge to extend the human lifespan.
by Thomas Gryta
Lights Out: Pride, Delusion, and the Fall of General Electric takes a behind-the-scenes look at the spectacular decline of one of America's darlings of the industry.
by Jim Kwik
Limitless lays out the tools for faster learning, teaching you that you can learn just about anything – if you know exactly how best to learn it.
by Seth Godin
Linchpin shows you why your work should no longer be about simply following instructions, but making yourself indispensable.
LinkedIn for Veterans
by May Chao
LinkedIn for veterans is a comprehensive introduction to the world's biggest employment-oriented social network - with a special focus on military veterans who now want to build a solid civilian career.
by Paul Lindley
In this book, Paul Lindley guides you through the counterintuitive approach of thinking like a toddler in order to live a happier and more fulfilled life.
Live Free or Die
by Sean Hannity
The long-standing Fox News personality explains how Donald Trump and the conservative American mindset can and must keep the U.S. faithful to its constitution and founding principles.
by Michael Hyatt
Living Forward shows you how to finally tap into your senses of direction, purpose, and fulfillment by identifying how a dedicated life plan can empower you to make your dreams come true.
Living in Your Top 1%
by Alissa Finerman
Living In Your Top 1% shows us how to become our best selves and live up to our full potential, outlining nine science-backed ways to beat the odds and achieve all our goals and dreams.
Long Walk to Freedom
by Nelson Mandela
Long Walk To Freedom is the autobiography of Nelson Mandela, South African anti-apartheid activist, national icon and the first South African black president, elected in the first, fully democratic election in the country.
Long-Term Thinking for a Short-Sighted World
by Jim Brumm
Long-Term Thinking For A Short-Sighted World explains why we rarely think about the long-term consequences of our actions, how this puts our entire species in danger and what we can do to change and ensure a thriving future for mankind.
by Nathaniel Rich
Losing Earth: A Recent History is a jaw-dropping look at how close the world came in the 1980s to truly halting climate change.
Losing My Virginity
by Richard Branson
Losing My Virginity details Richard Branson's meteoric rise to success, digs into what made him the adventurous, fun-loving, daring entrepreneur he is today, and shares lessons you can learn from him about business.
by Johann Hari
Lost Connections explains why depression affects so many people and that improving our relationships, not taking medication, is the way to beat our mental health problems.
Lost in a Good Game
by Pete Etchells
A thoughtful reflection on video games, how they affect us, and how they can be used both for joy and to help those struggling.
Love Is the Cure
by Elton John
In his recounting of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Sir Elton John shares the realizations he acquired in the global fight against the disease: that love, compassion, and understanding are vital for ending the suffering and stigma.
by Joanna Coles
Former Cosmopolitan editor Joanna Coles helps guide us through the minefield of digital dating, by adapting the familiar concept of 'rules' to a task most of us still approach randomly.