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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Timothy decides to repurpose the social research he did in New York to flip the question to interrogate what you are known for, and how the story you are known for can impact your influence and ultimately what you become. You can become intentional about engineering a link between your internal value and your perceived value, that will strengthen your networks and attract more opportunity.

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

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Timothy Maurice asks a neuroscientist, bank CEO, student and women from all walks of life to go into the mind of their 13-year-old self, and share what they’ve learned. Your brain is influenced by its experiences and the patterns carved from youth, but you can rewire your brain to chart the next chapter of your life. It’s helpful to look back and speak to your younger self in order to look forward.

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Timothy Maurice interviews a sex worker named Princess, who performs erotic massages but also studies psychology. They explore how she got into the industry of giving sensual or happy ending massages, and she shares what she has learned about male psychology and human behaviour. She also offers advice to any young women considering sex work as a career. On many levels, Princess represents that space between what’s known in behavioural science as Stated Preference versus Revealed Preferences.

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Timothy speaks to Erik Vance, a Biologist and award-winning science journalist who has written for The New York Times, Scientific American and National Geographic. They explore the biological basis of expectation, and share how you can use this understanding to integrate it into your personal branding and organisational brand leadership strategy. Erik is the author of the best-selling book, ‘Suggestible YOU: The Curious Science of your Brain’s ability to Deceive, Transform and Heal‘.

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