Timothy speaks to MIT Professor, Dr Deborah Ancona, about the Immunity to Change – a theory pioneered by Harvard professors Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey. This short episode gives you the insight you need to understand your hidden, competing commitments that are more important than motivation and desire in your quest to change. It’s hard, but you can change when you understand it.

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13.10.20 Pt 1 – We have now been in lockdown long enough, why are people still on mute in meetings? Let’s start a mute jar. The real question after the pandemic is… WHO should be accountable? The American Presidential Debate was cancelled, and the masses exhaled as they were saved from another disaster!

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Timothy speaks to New York University Stern Professor Alixandra Barasch about her latest research which shows that when you’re immersed in your phone creating content, you’re not missing out – in fact, your immersion in the experience is enriched. Professor Barasch’s research goes counter to the prevailing narrative that ‘being on your phone’ reduces your experience. This episode offers practical strategies for both Marketers and Content Creators who hope to make deeper and more meaningful connections between consumer and brands… plus a few tips for them to elevate their game.

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30.09.20 Pt 2 – If you are in a relationship, how important is it that you like the same shows as your partner? Everyone thinks they can cook – especially dads – but how famous is his ‘famous sauce’ really? The colloquial adjective ‘lank’ has survived Covid, praise be thy surfer talk. Did you know kids can start learning how to code at 4 years old? Lindiwe Matlali, Founder and CEO of Africa Teen Geeks joins us to discuss making maths and science cool for the kids.

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Timothy Maurice speaks to Amy Bucher, PhD about her book ‘Engaged: Designing for Behaviour Change’, and they explore 5 key insights into behavioural psychology – Ability blockers, Designing for Growth, Connection, Change and Designing for your Future Self. Amy is VP of Behaviour Change Design at Mad Pow, a design agency in Boston, Massachusetts… which strives to improve health and wellness.

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Timothy Maurice interviews MIT Neuroscience Professor, Dr Tara Swart in a 3-part Brain Power series to help you get more out of your brain and apply the latest brain research to your personal brand and leadership journey. In this final episode, they share 5 simple strategies to boost your brain. You will learn how to re-wire your brain, how to boost memory recall, be more creative and ultimately lead at a higher level. Dr Swart is the author of best selling books, ‘Neuroscience for Leadership’ and ‘The Source’.

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In part 2 of this series, Timothy Maurice brings back MIT Neuroscience Professor, Dr Tara Swart, as she shares research and insight into subjects ranging from navigating diversity… to channeling your brain power during uncertain times. Dr Swart is a Neuroscientist and the author of bestselling books ‘Neuroscience for Leadership’ and ‘The Source’.

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How much of what, and how you think is holding you back right now? Would you care to know? Harvard psychiatrist and brain scientist, Dr Srini Pillay, has a career that spans three decades and he’s dubbed his recent learnings, ‘The Science of Possibility: Leveraging your Brain for Future Success’. He gives Gareth a few tips and tricks on how shifting how you use your brain, could shift the way you do things for the better.

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Timothy Maurice speaks with Neuroscientist and Senior Lecturer at MIT, Dr Tara Swart, about her latest book, The Source, which explores the science of the Law of Attraction and what she terms Action Boards, commonly known as Vision Boards. Her book has been translated into more than 30 languages. Dr Swart unpacks why developing action boards can be so powerful in this moment in history.

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Can you believe what this coronavirus outbreak is doing to us? It has everyone jumping, and in the midst of mass-hysteria toilet paper stockpiling and stock markets crashing, we should take stock of ourselves. Let’s take a sober, rational look at the madness that has taken hold in the last few days, all over the world…

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