Kiss the Ground
by Joshua Tickell
Narrated by well-known actor and activist Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground is a documentary that examines the importance of soil in preserving our environment and combating climate change.
by Anthony Bourdain
Kitchen Confidential is a risqué exposé of professional cuisine, as well as the culinary memoir of world famous American chef Anthony Bourdain.
Knock Down the House
by Jacques Perrin
Knock Down the House follows four women, outsiders to the political establishment, who are attempting to unseat incumbent Democrats across the United States in the 2018 primary elections.
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
by Brett Morgen
In the film Montage of Heck, director Brett Morgen chronicles the turbulent life of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, starting with his troubled early family life and culminating in his meteoric rise to fame and untimely death.
Labor of Love
by Moira Weigel
Labor of Love illustrates the history of modern dating as we know it, starting from its origins in the late 1800s all the way to the dating websites and apps we know today.
by Tori Telfer
Lady Killers tells the jaw-dropping true stories of female serial killers and unearths society's historical dismissal of women's potential for violence.
by Michael Wolff
This tell-all book, featuring off-the-record conversations with former aides and cabinet members, describes in shocking detail the final events of the Trump presidency.
Languages of Loss
by Sasha Bates
Psychotherapist Sasha Bates explores grief and loss in a memoir that fuses moving personal reflection with critical analysis.
by Rich Karlgaard
Late Bloomers will help you become more patient with the speed of your progress by identifying the damaging influences of early achievement culture and societal pressure, and how to be proud of reaching your peak later in life.
by Jeff Walker
Launch is an early internet entrepreneur's step-by-step blueprint to creating products people want, launching them from the comfort of your home, and building the life you've always wanted, thanks to the power of psychology, email, and the internet.
Leaders Eat Last
by Simon Sinek
Leaders Eat Last teaches where the need for leadership comes from historically, what the consequences of bad leadership are, and how we can be a good leader in the modern world.
Leaders of Learning
by Richard Elmore
In an ever-changing world, this course from Harvard University pauses to assess four key theories of learning and where educators might choose to focus their careers.
by John C. Maxwell
Leadershift will show you how to become a great leader by identifying the need to constantly improve your mindset and methods and showing you what to do so that you can make the biggest impact on your team and your organization.
Leadership and Self-Deception
by The Arbinger Institute
Leadership And Self Deception is the ultimate guide to becoming self-aware so that you can learn to see your faults more accurately, understand others' strengths and needs in a more generous light, and respond positively to the instinct to help other people as much as possible.
Leadership Strategies for Women
by Daisy Lovelace
Leadership Strategies for Women covers the difficulties faced by women reaching for the top tier of today's businesses, including differing expectations, norms, realities, promotions, and earnings in the work environment from their male counterparts.
Leadership Strategy and Tactics
by Jocko Willink
Leadership Strategy And Tactics shows you how to become effective when you're in charge by using the power of traits like accountability, humility, and others that Jocko Willink uses to lead his team of Navy SEALs.
by Alex Ferguson
The UK's most successful soccer manager reveals how the methods that drove decades of sporting success can be applied to both business and life.
Leading at a Distance
by Kevin Eikenberry
Leading at a Distance shares tips for being an effective leader when working remotely, including how to engage teams, communicate, coach, build trust, and get results.
Leading Virtual Meetings
by Kevin Eikenberry
Writer and consultant Kevin Eikenberry teaches how we can make a meaningful impact with our presentations - even when we're not in the same room as the other participants.
Leading with Emotional Intelligence
by Britt Andreatta
Emotional intelligence is a critical leadership skill. In this course, thought leader Britt Andreatta describes the way the emotional system works and how to utilize this personally and professionally.