The Little Book That Still Beats the Market
by Joel Greenblatt
The Little Book That (Still) Beats The Market is a step-by-step tutorial to implement a simple, mathematical formula when buying stocks that guarantees long-term profits.
The Lonely Century
by Noreena Hertz
The Lonely Century takes a hard look at how widespread the problem of loneliness has become across the globe, and the havoc it is wreaking along the way.
The Long Tail
by Chris Anderson
The Long Tail explains why the big commercial hit is dead, how businesses will generate most of their future revenue from a long tail of niche products, and what we can do to embrace this idea today.
The Longevity Project
by Howard S. Friedman
The Longevity Project analyzes one of the world's longest-lasting studies and draws surprising conclusions about the work ethic, happiness, love, marriage, and religious views of people who have lived long lives.
The Loudest Duck
by Laura A. Liswood
The Loudest Duck is a business guide on how to effectively integrate diversity into a global marketplace.
The Lucifer Effect
by Philip Zombardo
With shocking case studies that outline just how evil people can be, Philip Zombardo's The Lucifer Effect identifies the fine line we all tread between good and evil.
The Madness of Crowds
by Douglas Murray
In The Madness of Crowds, Douglas Murray offers a critique of today's social discourse in the West that thrives on public shaming and claims of victimhood.
The Magic of Math
by Arthur T. Benjamin
The Magic of Math shows you not only the power but the beauty of mathematics, unlike you've ever seen it in school and with practical, real-world applications.
The Magic of Reality
by Richard Dawkins
The Magic of Reality explains many of the world's natural phenomenons in a scientific way, so that we can understand how the elementary components of our planet work together to create the place we call home.
The Making of the U.S. President
by Frank Cogliano
An exploration of key U.S. presidential campaigns and how they reflect the formation of American politics over time.
The Mamba Mentality
by Kobe Bryant
In The Mamba Mentality, the world-renowned basketball champion Kobe Bryant unveils his secrets for achieving whatever you put your mind to, both on and off the basketball court.
The Man Who Fed the World
by Leon Hesser
The Man Who Fed The World is the biography of Dr. Norman Borlaug, agronomist, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and U.S. national hero, who dedicated his life to ending world hunger and leading the green revolution.
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales
by Oliver Sacks
In The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, world-renowned Dr. Oliver Sacks delves into the fascinating stories of patients who suffer from rare neurological disorders.
The Man Who Solved the Market
by Gregory Zuckerman
The Man Who Solved The Market shares the story of Jim Simons's rise to success with stock market investments thanks to his math genius and entrepreneurial abilities.
The Many Faces of Dementia
by UCL (University College London)
This course from University College London provides an eye-opening breakdown of a few of the less-often discussed forms of dementia, the challenges of caring for someone with the disease, and the progress that has been made in treatment.
The Messy Middle
by Scott Belsky
The Messy Middle challenges the stereotypical idea that projects grow slowly and smoothly toward success by outlining the rocky but important intermediate stages of any journey.
The Millionaire Fastlane
by M.J. DeMarco
The Millionaire Fastlane points out what's wrong with the well-trodden 'get a degree, get a job, work hard, retire rich' model, before defining wealth in a new way, and showing you the path to retiring young.
The Millionaire Next Door
by Thomas J. Stanley
The Millionaire Next Door shows you the simple saving habits to improve your financial skills and avoid common mistakes.
The Mind Medic
by Sarah Vohra
The Mind Medic helps us assess and address our own mental wellbeing, using tools that we can tap into right away: our five senses.
The Mind, Explained
by Joe Posner
The Mind, Explained is a five-episode Netflix docuseries explaining the functioning of our brain, and how mindfulness can help calm our mind.
The Minimalists: Less Is Now
by Matt D'Avella
In this documentary, two friends known as The Minimalists walk us through their lifestyle, philosophy of living sustainably, and the power of taking a more thoughtful attitude towards our possessions.