Timothy shares a lesson from Trevor Noah’s life that we can all learn to help us cope with ourselves. He also shares a story from when he attended The Daily Show.

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Timothy shares excerpts from a research conversation he had with Colombian-born anthropologist Marcela Ospina, about the links between marketing, design and the consumer’s unconscious mind. Marcela shares how you can strengthen relationships with those you desire to connect with, by understanding what instinctually drives them below their conscious awareness.

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Timothy welcomes back Emily Willingham, a penis scientist who has shifted her focus to study the brain - and she has a new book called 'The Tailored Brain: From Ketamine, to Keto, to Companionship, A User's Guide to Feeling Better and Thinking Smarter'.

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Timothy Maurice revisits a conversation he had 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 shares the science of the Fresh Start effect, a behavioural science principle, and offers 3 strategies on how to implement this into your life.

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How do we keep our brain healthy and functioning at an optimal level? This week on Health Matters we're speaking to Timothy Maurice Webster. Timothy is a bestselling author of 4 human and brand behaviour books, and host of The Brain and Brand Show podcast for the past 6 years, which is ranked in the top 20 in 17 countries. His skills include applying neuroscience and behavioural science to decision making, and in this episode we talk about increasing brain resilience and creative problem solving. Brought to you by Cipla.

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Timothy explores the link between art and your brain’s ability to create the person you hope to become. The essential idea of this episode is we are told that who we are is a fixed, concrete state - but this episode explores how seeing your brain’s ability to project and style yourself artistically is a creative and successful way to pursue your goals and dreams. He interviews Lianca Heemro, a fine artist based in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Timothy shares research from a Harvard Happiness Researcher, about what happens to your brain after practising 21 days of gratitude. He then shares his own research, where he puts his friends and others in his professional network to a gratitude test.

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Timothy explores two levels of attraction, what he calls first and second tier attraction. He explains the evolutionary science behind why we are drawn to what we are attracted to, and offers a way to expand this effect in the grand hopes it leads to a more inclusive mindset. For those who want to explore the science further, check out the following two books: The Mating Mind by Geoffrey Miller, and The Science of Attraction by Peter King.

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Timothy makes the case that our brains are wired to experience each other through what he terms 'behavioural tastes', and that you should consider your behaviour as an opportunity to serve yourself - if you want to experience optimal success. In fact, people need to 'eat' other’s behaviour to be human.

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