Little-Known Secrets on How to Improve Your Focus
The Mindvalley Podcast , Vishen Lakhiani, Steven Kotler
Journalist and author Steven Kotler explains the science of focus and how we can use it to reclaim our attention in this February 2021 episode of The Mindvalley Podcast.
In Liv's Alone, author Liv Thorne retells her journey to solo motherhood through a sperm donor, recounting the decision to become a parent on her own, the medical process, and the first few years as a single parent.
Live Free or Die
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.
Lives of the Stoics
Ryan Holiday, Stephen Hanselman
Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman, also authors of The Daily Stoic, unravel the Stoics' most notable life teachings.
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%
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.
Living Through Gay Conversion Therapy
VICE goes inside one of America's many conversion therapy programs to explore the attitudes and biases of the people attempting to change their sexual orientations and gender identities.
Living with Diabetes
The Open University, Mike Dodd
This course from The Open University explores diabetes, looking at the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 and expanding on the biology of the condition.
Living with Long Covid
Today in Focus, The Guardian, Nosheen Iqbal, Michael Safi, Hannah Moore
In this June 2022 episode of the Today in Focus podcast, Guardian journalist Hannah Moore investigates long COVID, how it affects the lives of sufferers, and what we can do to support people living with the condition.
Lo and Behold
Lo and Behold is a documentary exploring the future of humankind in the age of the internet and artificial intelligence.
Locking up Our Own
James Forman Jr
Locking Up Our Own traces the tragedy of mass incarceration in the United States from the perspective of a Washington, D.C. public defender who saw first-hand the way Black police, judges, politicians, and even leftwing activists contributed to the crisis.
Journalist and playwright Craig Taylor tells the story of London through the eyes of its residents: from immigrants to natives, from shopkeepers to artists, from those who are in love with it to those who are only passing through.
Long-Term Thinking for a Short-Sighted World
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.
Looking for Sultan
Doel Trivedy, Gautam Pandey
This independent documentary follows the journey of father-son filmmakers as they search for a missing tiger, chronicling how tigers have become endangered and documenting the local efforts to save them.
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
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.
Lost Connections delves into why so many people struggle with depression, and the reasons why improving one's relationships and environment can often be a more effective tonic than focusing solely on medication.
Lost in a Good Game
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
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.
Love Out Loud
Love Out Loud: A Guide to Enlightenment helps readers begin and navigate their journey to self-appreciation and personal fulfillment using new frameworks of thinking designed to help you understand your humanity, interconnectedness, and nature.
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.