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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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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Is the traditional media industry collapsing… or is it just changing radically? How has the global pandemic affected an already struggling sector? In a world of influencers and social media boycotts, where should one even spend their marketing budget? Reg speaks to the CEO of OMD Africa, Josh Dovey, to get his take on where things are going.

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Top 5 G.O.A.T Central Midfielders in English Premier League History. Week 3 of Super Rugby Aotearoa. Blues vs Highlanders and Crusaders vs Chiefs. CEO of Conqa Group, Justin Woolford talks all things leadership. He also revels in the glory of his team winning the league for the first time 30 years.

– Friday 5: Top 5 G.O.A.T Central Mids EPL History (03:19)

– Week 3 of Super Rugby Aotearoa Preview (11:08)

– Justin Woolford (28:38)

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Timothy Maurice shares a ‘5 Key Idea Influence Conversation’ with Steve Harvey and his wife Marjorie Harvey. They explore social impact, heritage, relationships, partnerships and legacy. As you go about building your influence, these key pillars will be vital. The original conversation aired on CNBC Africa.

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For those who say youth is wasted on the young, Wangari Mbuthia is challenging all of those notions. TEDxRedhillSchool’s inaugural event was the brainchild of the 18-year-old matric student, and along with her teacher Adam Golding, they have compiled an illustrious list of speakers to address how we can start to imagine a prosperous global society post Covid-19.

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Timothy Maurice speaks with Neuroscientist and Senior Lecturer at MIT, Dr Tara Swart, about her latest book, The Source, which explores the science of the Law of Attraction and what she terms Action Boards, commonly known as Vision Boards. Her book has been translated into more than 30 languages. Dr Swart unpacks why developing action boards can be so powerful in this moment in history.

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What are the results we should be bracing for in South Africa as the political decisions impact our economy? Daniel Silke is someone who could provide some answers around this. As he’s written in his recent column: “Re-opening South Africa needs to express much more than a colour-coded set of amended restrictions. It needs to be coupled to hope for a new future. Not one based on dependency and decay, but one based on innovation across the board.” Gareth chats to Silke, a keynote speaker, author and futurist specialising in South Africa, Africa and global trends. He’s also the Director: Political Futures Consultancy.

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When someone as accomplished as Professor Brian Kantor speaks on the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown, you better make sure you listen. He is an economist and is the former Chief Investment Strategist of Investec Wealth & Investment SA. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Cape Town, where he was the Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and Head of the School of Economics. Previously, he’s also been a non-executive chairman of Acucap Properties and the founding chairman of the V&A Waterfront. Prof. Kantor holds a B.Com and a B.A. (Hons), both from UCT, and doesn’t hold back to share his informed opinion on the state of South Africa’s lockdown.

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