by Anthony Wonke
This documentary provides a unique glimpse into the private and public lives of one of the world's greatest-ever footballers, explaining what drives the legend known as 'CR7'.
by Liz Wiseman
Rookie Smarts argues against experience and for a mindset of learning in the modern workplace which gives rookies a surprising competitive advantage.
by Ezra Klein
Royalty, Explained offers an exploration of the evolution of monarchies through the centuries, how they have survived, and why they still enchant people all around the world.
by Phil Town
Rule #1 hands us the reins of personal investing by using a few simple rules from Warren Buffett's value investing approach to guide us towards financial independence.
Rules of Estrangement
by Joshua Coleman
Rules of Estrangement provides a detailed guide for parents looking to navigate the estrangement of a child, as well as strategies for coping when reconciliation fails.
Salt Sugar Fat
by Michael Moss
Salt Sugar Fat takes us through the history of processed food by explaining why we love salt, sugar, and fat so much, highlighting the ways in which the industry influences us all.
Salt: a World History
by Mark Kurlansky
Salt: A World History explores how the everyday mineral we know as table salt has shaped human civilization throughout the centuries, causing wars as well as the rise and fall of empires.
Sam Walton: Made in America
by Sam Walton
Sam Walton: Made In America shines a light on the man behind one of the biggest fortunes in the world. Sam Walton lets you in on how he built and turned Walmart into a billion-dollar empire with hard work, incessant learning, and a desire to focus on customer satisfaction.
by Yuval Noah Harari
Sapiens is the abridged story of Homo sapiens, reviewing the history of our species through a historical and anthropological lens.
by Jacob Kornbluth
We mostly think of capitalism as a system that works entirely in favor of the wealthy few, but economist Robert Reich argues that it can - and should - work as a system for the many.
by James Comey
Saving Justice is a robust and forthright defence of an independent judiciary, written by the FBI Chief appointed by Barack Obama and promptly sacked by Donald Trump.
Say No to People Pleasing
by Arial Els van de Schoot
In Say No To People Pleasing, Arial Els van de Schoot shares practical insights into how to say 'no' to others, and in turn, become the authentic you.
Search Inside Yourself
by Chade-Meng Tan
Search Inside Yourself adapts the ancient ethos of 'knowing thyself' to the realities of a modern, fast-paced workplace by introducing mindfulness exercises to enhance emotional intelligence.
Searching for Sugar Man
by Malik Bendjelloul
Searching for Sugar Man tells the Cinderella story of Rodriguez, a Mexican-American singer living a quiet working-class life who, in the 1970s, inspired a resistance in apartheid South Africa – with no idea he had done it.
by Ali Tabrizi
Filmmaker Ali Tabrizi unveils the dangerous secrets and corruption of the global fishing industry, as well as the devastating impact it's having on the ocean.
by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Second Chance helps us get ready for the greatest evolutionary event in history, one that we're living through at this very moment: the shift into the Information Age.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind
by T. Harv Eker
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind suggests our financial success is predetermined from birth, showing us how to break through mental barriers and acquire the habits of the rich.
See You at the Top
by Zig Ziglar
See You At The Top shows you how to have a spiritually, socially, financially, and physically meaningful life by utilizing tools like positive thinking, kindness to others, and goal-setting.
See You on the Internet
by Avery Swartz
See You on the Internet takes you through the basics of digitally promoting a small business – even if you feel like you're hopelessly out of touch with modern technology.
by Kristin Neff
Self-Compassion teaches us the art of being kind to ourselves by identifying what causes us to beat ourselves in the first place, and how we can relate to ourselves in more compassionate ways.