Knowing Our Worth
We Said What We Said, Rickey Thompson, Denzel Dion
In this September 2021 episode of We Said What We Said, hosts Rickey Thompson and Denzel Dion talk about how to recognize your worth and demand the respect you deserve.
Knowledge in a Nutshell
Gary Bobroff's introduction to analytical psychologist Carl Jung explores his main ideas, influences, and relevance in the world today.
A filmmaker embarks on an accidental spiritual journey when he decides to become a false prophet.
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
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
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.
Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story
This documentary portrays the life and career of bestselling novelist Jackie Collins, whose erotic fictional portrayals of strong women and elaborate insider stories of Hollywood were a stepping stone for female empowerment.
Lady Killers tells the jaw-dropping true stories of female serial killers and unearths society's historical dismissal of women's potential for violence.
Lagom: The Swedish Art of Balanced Living
Swedish author Linnea Dunne explains the main principles of lagom — the Swedish ethos of balanced living.
Lamentations: Poetry Book
In Lamentations, Javier Rhoden shares snippets of his poetry, diving beneath the surface of grief to uncover the healing through overcoming adversities.
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
Psychotherapist Sasha Bates explores grief and loss in a memoir that fuses moving personal reflection with critical analysis.
Laptop from Hell
Writer Miranda Devine examines the life and career of Joe Biden's son Hunter, arguing that he represents a deeply corrupt political system.
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.
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.
Launch Your Fashion Empire in Just 90 Days
In this course, Maristella Colombo presents a quick-start guide to starting your fashion business from zero in just three months.
Lead Me Home
Pedro Kos, Jon Shenk
This documentary tells the story of homelessness in America through the daily struggles of those facing food insecurity alongside life on the streets and in shelters.
Lead Your Own Evolution from Within
Your brain does not change. If you continue to think the same thoughts, do the same things, and replay the same ideas on a daily basis, you will create exactly the same life you already have, even if you expected something different to happen. If you think the same, you create the same.
Leaders Eat Last
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
Richard Elmore, Harvard University
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.
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
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.