Timothy explores the neuroscience of how women and men’s brains are wired differently, and why this matters to how you lead and engage each other. He ends the show with tips on how to boost your brain power for both women and men.

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Timothy explores how we derive pleasure from a level beyond what is said, to a hidden dimension of relationships, brands and experiences. This episode is for those wanting to have healthier relationships, connect to their consumers, and build greater influence.

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Timothy explores brain implications with Dr Loretta Breuning, author of ‘Habits of a Happy Brain’. They discuss why and how the brain produces unhappiness, and how to rewire your brain to experience more happiness. Dr Breuning shares practical strategies on how to develop your action plan for mental happiness.

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Timothy and neuroscientist Dr Joseph Jebelli - author of 'How the Mind Changed: A Human History of Our Evolving Brain’ - explore what the changing brain means to your identity… why society has advanced faster than our brain, and what that means for creatives and leaders who lead complex teams. If it's possible for your partner’s brain to change, are we expecting change in people to occur too fast? They also explore his first book, 'In Pursuit of Memory'.

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Timothy sits down with Embodiment Consultant and Storytelling Strategist, Colin Skelton, and they explore how the body influences the brain, and how to get more out of your brain by understanding the power of your body.

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Timothy shares a lesson for leaders and the creative community, about what you can learn from how the world reacted to Kim Kardashian wearing a dress that was previously worn by Marilyn Monroe. No matter what you think about the Kardashians or Monroe, the three insights from this story will help you understand how to create immense buy-in from the brains of your key stakeholders.

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Timothy interviews Professor Judith Peck, the author 'Art and Social Interaction', about how art and the artistic process can boost self-esteem, increase capacity to communicate, and increase personal capacity overall. They discuss how to set up systems within an organisation to deliver art programmes to increase inclusion and more.

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Timothy shares a research conversation with New York University Stern Professor of Marketing, Alixandra Barasch, about her latest research about how content creation influences the brain, and why this matters to you as an individual and for brands. Professor Barasch’s research goes counter to the prevailing narrative that ‘being on your phone’ reduces your experience. This episode offers practical strategies for individuals, marketers and content creators who hope to make deeper and more meaningful connections between consumers and brands.

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Timothy shares an inspiring story about how an encounter with a student before the student’s big interview for a large South African bank changed a life, and the lessons we can all take away about social media, wellness, inclusion and so much more.

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Timothy speaks to Dr Stephen A. Furlich about his new book, 'Sex Talk', which explains how men and women hear and communicate to each other differently. They explore the science of connecting with the other sex on a personal and professional level, and offer practical strategies on how to overcome stifling gender hurdles. Dr. Furlich is an Associate Professor at Texas A&M University.

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