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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Timothy Maurice brings you a powerful conversation that is simply meant to inspire you. Nomzamo Mbatha is a star in the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster, ‘Coming 2 America’ and in this conversation - five years before her big moment - she shares her story, what motivates her, and how she pursues her highest level. There are tearjerk moments, and moments where she simply opens up about going nude, her spiritual life, and what she wants to be known for... the conversation is gripping. You’ll be moved to re-dedicate yourself to your craft and discover how your personal brand can inspire others.

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Timothy Maurice brings back show favourite, Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart, to offer you 7 simple brain power tips to ensure you keep your goals and dreams on track in 2021. The 7 brain power strategies range from choice reduction, to hydration principles, to understanding how to leverage your brain’s ability to change and rewire itself through what neuroscientists call neuroplasticity.

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Timothy Maurice explores how clothing impacts our psychology in a concept called Enclothed Cognition, and why even in quarantine, your style matters. He reached out to listeners and they shared what they’re wearing while working from home.

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Timothy Maurice hit the streets and asked over 100 people if they are happy. He also solicited voice notes from around the world about happiness. Along with the insights he gathers from people on the street, he shares the latest research about the science of happiness... with the hopes that you will challenge and evolve your definition of what it means to be happy as the world becomes increasingly complex.

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