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 catches up with regular guest neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart, author of the global bestseller, ‘The Source’ and MIT Sloan lecturer. In 5 short minutes, Dr Swart offers quick tips on how to give your brain more capacity to lead at the highest level, and even to deal with unconscious biases.

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Timothy speaks to psychotherapist Dr Donna Marks about her book Exit the Maze: One Addiction, One Cause, One Cure. They explore the mental roots of addiction, and how you can rewire your brain and body to overcome it - from sex, to food, to drug addiction.

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Timothy shares his research about how the power of your best ideas can transform your life. He asks over 100 people what the most important thing they know is, and as you’ll hear, their answers will be inspired by many factors. But the question is, how do you discover the most important thing you know, and harness it and incorporate it into the journey of living your goals and dreams? You have powerful and unique ideas that could take you places you’ve never dreamt of!

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Timothy welcomes Rory Sutherland back to the show. Rory is the author of ‘Alchemy: The Surprising Power of Ideas That Don't Make Sense’ and Vice Chairman of Ogilvy UK. Together they explore behavioural science - how small changes in a sentence can change everything, how a small shift in thinking about race could shift attitudes towards each other, and how offering more choice could change an anti-vaccinator's thinking. They even talk about the power of nature to super charge our immune system.... if you’re curious about behaviour, the brand and change - stay locked in.

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Timothy brings you part 2 of his 3-part applied behavioural science series. In this second episode, he introduces you to two more strategic applied principles, Scarcity and the Endowment Effect. Both of these ideas will enable you to help clients and stakeholders make decisions with less mental friction. But, there is also an ethical side, which he explores with his colleague - entrepreneur Mel Mosime, Founder and Director of Pic-A-Biz Consulting.

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Timothy Maurice Webster brings you a simple to understand and practical 3-part series on how to use brain science research to change and nudge behaviour for the purposes of connecting with clients, motivating consumers to make decisions, and even to change your own stubborn habits. In this series, Timothy will share 7 strategies. In episode one he brings you the Endowed Progress Effect and Stimulus Devaluation. A big thanks for the introduction from Rory Sutherland, the Behavioural Science author of 'Alchemy: The Surprising Power of Ideas that Don’t Make Sense'.

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Timothy Maurice speaks to Dr Bob Raleigh, the founder of PathSight Predictive Science and author of 'The Search for Why: A Revolutionary New Model for Understanding Others, Improving Communication, and Healing Division'. They explore the brain’s instinctual profiles that will help you understand your and others' impulses, in order to navigate complex relationships.

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Timothy Maurice speaks with Dr Melanie Dean to help you understand what emotions are made of, and how to direct and redirect them to change your life and get what you want. They unpack the link between Quantum Physics and emotions, and how to influence and channel yourself and those around you in the direction you desire.

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Timothy Maurice speaks with the dynamic wife and husband neurologist team, Dr Ayesha and Dr Dean Sherzai. They co-direct the Brain Health and Alzheimer’s Prevention Programme at Loma Linda University, where they fuse medical research with holistic care to redesign the way we approach brain health. They offer practical strategies and lifestyle tips to help you rejuvenate and get more out of your brain. They also reveal whether coffee is bad for your brain, and they explain how a diet shift helped Timothy improve his memory and his ability to recall information faster.

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