Timothy Maurice shares one major behavioural design lesson that individuals, leaders and governments can learn from how America is going about its social goals wrong. This episode is for people who want to use the behavioural design to implement change in their home, workplace and society. This promises to be a perspective that needs to be heard and does not point the finger at any group, but seeks to offer a tangible solution that addresses deeply rooted psychological challenges that prevent social and professional progress.

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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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Timothy Maurice explores the science of touch with his friend Rafique Symonette - an entrepreneur living in the Bahamas, operating in the tourism business... who happens to also be quarantining alone. They discuss the role of touch in a lockdown, with little to no touch - and a few hacks to survive a life with reduced contact.

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Timothy Maurice interviews actress Angela Sithole and leadership consultant Raquel Brown from Hollywood, California about how to take on this new stage the world has presented us by owning whatever role you decide to play. It's all about the art of choosing and accepting a role in your personal and professional life.

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The pandemic has inspired people to rethink what they want more of, and what they need less of in their lives. Our consumer behaviour patterns had already begun to change in what has been called the 'dematerialisation of consumption'. Timothy Maurice unpacks this, and reaches out to his network to find out how people's consumption desires are shifting.

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Timothy Maurice explores how clothing impacts our psychology in a concept called Enclothed Cognition, and why even in quarantine, your style matters. He reached out to listeners and they shared what they’re wearing while working from home.

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Timothy Maurice stumbled on an interview with an educated, gender equality fighting pornstar named Angela White. He became fascinated by her women’s equality research, and wanted to share what he learned about the mindset of a successful pornstar!

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01.04.20 Pt 2 - Pamina Bohrer from the Italian Chamber unpacks the organisation's role in the bilateral relations between South Africa and Italy. Elena Williams is the Tiger Queen as she's rising to the call to help the needy during lockdown, both in Africa and Europe - while still doing her real job. Timothy Maurice asks whether pornography has any place in the philosophical and evolutionary debate of nature vs nurture... who knew that we'd one day see porn and philosophical enquiry in bed together?

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Timothy Maurice hit the streets and asked over 100 people if they are happy. He also solicited voice notes from around the world about happiness. Along with the insights he gathers from people on the street, he shares the latest research about the science of happiness... with the hopes that you will challenge and evolve your definition of what it means to be happy as the world becomes increasingly complex.

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Timothy Maurice sits down with Martial Arts teacher Warren Ho to unpack the power of connecting your mind and body, and why gaining mastery over your body can transform how you lead and navigate in society.

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