Timothy shares the final episode of his 3-part series about ‘Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment’ - a book written about how the seemingly small and irrelevant things such as the weather, dietary choices, time of day and more, can influence your decision making. In part 3, he explores how to conduct a noise audit and reduce the influence of noise through what’s called ‘Decision Hygiene’.

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Timothy shares part 2 of his 3-part series about ‘Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment’ - a book written about how the seemingly small and irrelevant things such as the weather, dietary choices, time of day and more, can influence your decision making. In part 2 he explores the 3 levels of noise, and how you can determine if you and your business are vulnerable because of it. For more on Noise and to go a little deeper, click here.

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Timothy welcomes Rory Sutherland back to the show. Rory is the author of ‘Alchemy: The Surprising Power of Ideas That Don't Make Sense’ and Vice Chairman of Ogilvy UK. Together they explore behavioural science - how small changes in a sentence can change everything, how a small shift in thinking about race could shift attitudes towards each other, and how offering more choice could change an anti-vaccinator's thinking. They even talk about the power of nature to super charge our immune system.... if you’re curious about behaviour, the brand and change - stay locked in.

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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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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 reconnects with neurologist, Dr Kirti Ranchod, for a follow-up conversation exploring how to position your brain for elite mental performance. Make sure you go back and listen to the previous episode if you haven't yet. Timothy also shares a behavioural science concept called second brain design.

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Timothy Maurice speaks to neurologist, Dr Kirti Ranchod, about 3 simple ways to boost your brain to create more capacity, by incorporating the beauty of the arts and nature into your life. Dr Ranchod is an Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health, Global Brain Health Institute.

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Timothy Maurice cleverly engages the minds of Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, by having actors read their quotes from their public statements - in order to understand how these iconic entrepreneurs think critically to grow their businesses, their wealth, as well as how they impact society.

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Timothy Maurice explores a concept called Patternicity, or the brain’s pattern recognition capacity. He speaks to award-winning TV host and mega influencer Ayanda Thabethe about her tweet that went viral about the value of starting from the bottom and connecting the dots along the way. In this episode you’ll learn the importance of association learning and the power of patterns, as well as being inspired by Ayanda’s personal story.

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