Timothy shares one of his favourite episodes - what he learned about influence from meeting Oprah. This is a bonus episode as he puts the finishing touches on episode 3 of the Arousal series.

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In episode 2 of 3, Timothy unpacks what he terms the ‘arousal war’, which looks at how your evolved conscious mind, your unconscious mind, and social media algorithms are fighting for your brain and behaviour.

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Timothy explores how our nervous systems are wired to experience arousal, and why if you hope to succeed, you must be prepared to arouse others with your ideas and products. Dr Dean Sherzai - a Neurologist and Neuroscientist at Loma Linda University in Southern California - explains why our brains are wired for arousal, and why it’s not just for pleasure, but for survival too.

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Timothy brings you his latest series on the neuroscience of arousal, and why you should be proactively trying to arouse people from their dormant view on who you are and what you have to offer. The 3-part series will explore the biology of arousal, the arousal war and how to apply the principles to trigger desire.

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Timothy asked his global network at the beginning of the pandemic how the pandemic was influencing what they wanted more of and less of in their lives. Over a year later, he wants to know how Covid-19 has impacted you and your desires - what do you want more of and less of? Email your thoughts about how your desires have changed since the first lockdown to podcast@timothymaurice.com.

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Timothy sits down with Harvard educated global leadership author, Okendo Lewis-Gayle - the founder of Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance - to talk about leading beyond logic, and how he and his members have raised over $500 million from Google Ventures, the Chan Zuckerberg Iniative, and Alibaba ... and how he has attracted partners such as the Oppenheimer Foundation. Lewis-Gayle is the author of ‘Harrambeans: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things’.

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Timothy shares a special episode with academic entrepreneur Kim Palmer. Kim has found a unique way to make a difference in her community by using her passion for ICT.

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Timothy speaks to Veronica Villanueva, author of 'The Grace of Cancer', about how she bounced back from heartbreak, stage 4 cancer, and how she builds mental and physical resiliency.

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Timothy speaks to the author of ‘Intelligence isn’t Enough’ - Carice Anderson, who has an MBA from Harvard and experience in developing young professionals at elite consulting firms. They explore the type of intelligence needed to succeed in high performance environments, both locally and internationally - a concept they call a 'higher intelligence'.

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Timothy shares the final episode of his 3-part series about ‘Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment’ - a book written about how the seemingly small and irrelevant things such as the weather, dietary choices, time of day and more, can influence your decision making. In part 3, he explores how to conduct a noise audit and reduce the influence of noise through what’s called ‘Decision Hygiene’.

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