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The Brain and Brand Show
Timothy Maurice Webster is a 4-time bestselling behavioural psychology author. The Brain and Brand show explores leading global brain insights so you can apply research from Neuroscience and Behavioural science to your personal and professional possibilities. Timothy is committed to simplifying the science of human and brand behaviour and will bring you leading thought leaders and researchers from around the world. You’ll be escorted to the edge of your brain’s boundaries and discover more of who you are and how you can influence yourself, others and the world.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 76 ratings
Grateful for this show’s consistency
TraceMeg via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 09/23/23
Burnout Episode 12/12/22
So relevant!
Kwena22 via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 12/31/22
This is lit 🔥
What I appreciate so much about this show is that the host brings on super interesting guests, asks meaningful questions, and makes us think. Thanks, Timothy, for the work you are doing in the world.
Dr. Sharon Grossman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/01/22
Recent Episodes
Published 11/17/23
Timothy interviews Dr Judith Peck, the author of ‘Art and Social Interaction’, about how art and the artistic process can boost mental clarity, self-esteem, increase capacity to communicate, and increase personal capacity overall. They also discuss how to set up systems within an organisation to...
Published 11/17/23
Timothy explores advanced body language science with Dr. Stephen Furlich, the author of ‘Nonverbal Epiphany: Steps to Improve your Nonverbal Communication’. They unpack how to use your body to be more attractive, more powerful, gain more compliance, how to detect cheating and connect with people...
Published 11/03/23
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