Drawing on his research around what’s required for the brain to operate at its highest level, Timothy asks South Africans which political party will best position them to live their goals and dreams. From a Neuroscience perspective, the brain requires what’s termed ‘Total Reliable Resources’ in order to operate at its full peak. Essentially, the political party in charge is a critical resource that can provide an environment for your brain to thrive. Hear South Africans from all walks of life open up about their hopes and dreams!

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In this bonus episode, Timothy shares the untold story of how Naomi Osaka’s father, Leonard Francois, used a special blueprint to make his daughter the number one tennis star in the world.

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Timothy Maurice sits down with architect Themba Mekwa to discuss the role of architecture in carving a nation’s identity. They also discuss what’s more important – architecture or music.

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about meeting Beyoncé, and the power of shifting the type of questions you ask – especially the questions you ask yourself.

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Timothy shares a story about how his father would not let him cut his hair when he was a teenager, and how this impacted his life. The ability to free yourself from others’ pain by reconciling issues that were transferred on to you by a parent, family member, friend, colleague or anyone important to you, is vital to experiencing your highest and most liberated and creative self.

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Timothy explores how the brain and immune system are boosted by gratitude, and he conducts a social experiment with his friends and colleagues to test the gratitude effect. The voice notes come from people in 4 different countries. With Black Friday and Thanksgiving looming, this is a special thanksgiving episode!

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about an inspiring entrepreneur, Caitlin Rolle – a young woman who started a business while sick in bed, unable to move and how being knocked down may be the best thing to happen for your brain and body. Music produced by ‘Party in the Weekend’.

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Timothy Maurice explores how we have a brain in our head and one below the neck – in our body. He speaks to celebrated Personal Trainer Mapule Ndlovu about her Mind Body philosophy, which she calls the Mapule Effect.

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Timothy Maurice goes onto the streets of New York City to find out what people think about the brand South Africa. He is ignored and cursed at, but ultimately hears from people around the world… and the implications to South Africa’s bottom line are extraordinary!

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