Timothy sits down with the Founder and CEO of GWork, Oran Cohen, as they explore how to apply behavioural science and neuroscience in the simplest way possible, to design new habits that lead to exponential growth and change. They also unpack the new technology they will be sharing with leaders.
Timothy sits down with Toronto-based neuroscientist Norman Farb and psychologist Zindel Segal to rethink motivation. They share their research from their new book, ‘Better in Every Sense’, which builds the case that your breakthrough could come from another dimension beyond motivation, a dimension even beyond mindfulness, in a discipline they call Sense Foraging. Their scientific discoveries about how we can engage our senses with nature and other small things in the environment to achieve...
Timothy sits down with Lisa Danels - author of ‘The Human Edge Advantage: Mastering the Art of Being All In’. They explore integrating and mastering the brain, heart and gut connection. Lisa has been advising executives across industries on their personal leadership goals for several decades, working with leaders at Thomson Reuters, AstraZeneca, VISA, Novartis, Allianz and many other well-known companies. This conversation is designed to help you kick off the year by bringing your full self...
Timothy sits down with Thais Gibson, author of The Attachment Theory Guide and co-creator of the Personal Development School, to explore how your brain’s subconscious patterns are the reason you attach and bond to certain types of people… and how you can reprogramme how and why you attach - giving you greater control over bonding with the right people.
Timothy shares the science of gratitude, and then speaks to people about their journey with gratitude. We often think superpowers come in the form of major tools and changes, but this episode demonstrates that your power can come in unexpected forms.
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 deliver art programmes to increase inclusion and more.
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 from different cultures.
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'.
Timothy shares how the brain is wired for humans to taste each other, and why understanding how you taste is key to being successful.
Timothy sits down with Guy Odishaw to explore how you can rewire your brain for more youthfulness, reverse ageing, and optimal mental health. Odishaw is a Craniosacral Therapist and founder of Bhakti Wellness Center, and he’s on a mission to help your brain stay youthful, longer!
Timothy speaks to Jeffrey Meshel, author of ‘Trust Is a Double-Edged Sword: Trust Me’, about understanding the relationship between trust, lies and the truth - and how to learn to trust your gut. They explore how Meshel nearly lost it all because he trusted a psychopath business partner, and how it evolved his relationship with trust.
Timothy asks women from a variety of backgrounds to share the advice they would give their 13-year-old selves. The goal of this episode is to inspire you to interrogate your journey and unpack the lessons you’ve learned, and perhaps, to pay these insights forward.
Timothy Maurice explores happiness through the brain. This episode will help you reimagine what it means to be happy, and then design new ways to help you maintain a happiness mindset. He also shares his grassroots research about happiness.
Timothy speaks to Dr Stephen A. Furlich about his new book 'Sex Talk', which explains how men and women hear and communicate with 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.
Timothy explores how to make your brain happy 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.
Timothy speaks to the Myers-Briggs Company’s Head of Thought Leadership, John Hackston, about how understanding the mystery of personality can help you compete and be a better leader and master relationships.
Timothy speaks to Rob Porter, who has over 25 years of instructional custom design and eLearning programme experience about how to design culture, learning and spaces to help you and your teams achieve more. Timothy also shares 3 tips from Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart, about how to ensure your brain is positioned to rewire itself and operate at optimal capacity.
Timothy speaks with New York Times bestselling author Jonah Berger, about his cutting edge research on the power of words in his latest book, ‘Magic Words’ to help persuade others in teams, in love, creativity, branding, sales and even in family.
Timothy speaks with Dr Christi Phillips, a co-author of 'Change: How to Turn Uncertainty into Opportunity'. Dr Phillips is Franklin Covey’s Director of Learning, Development and Inclusion... and a pioneering voice in Change Leadership. They explore change on a personal and professional level through the lens of brain science.
Timothy speaks to Melina Palmer, author of ‘What your Customer Wants and Can’t Tell You’, about simple ways to get more out of relationships by understanding what people are unable to tell you, and how to reframe the said and unsaid. Melina consults and teaches on the subject of behavioural science and offers a certificate course for anyone who wants to use the principles in their careers and personal journeys – in partnership with Texas A&M University.
Timothy speaks to Dr Edward D Hess - Professor Emeritus of Business Administration at the Darden School of Business, and the author of ‘Own Your Work Journey: The Path to Meaningful Work and Happiness in the Age of Smart Technology and Radical Change’. They discuss how to position yourself for a world of disruption and radical change. You’ll also hear from Banesa Tseki - a Yoga and Wellness Practitioner, co-owner of the Nest Space Yoga Studio, and a Yoga coach on the Nike App.
Timothy sits down with Ben Ahrens, the co-founder of Re-Origin - a firm helping you rewire your brain to break the cycle of chronic illness and anxiety, and ultimately to perform at a high level. They explore Ben’s incredible story of personal recovery, and how you can use simple techniques to recover from burnout, and set new defaults in your brain to ensure you continue excelling and evolving.
Timothy delves into the mind of the former CEO of eBay, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard, and the former VP of Disney, who is now the US Ambassador to Kenya. She shares her insights on the importance of changing narratives for brands, nation branding, gender dynamics in leadership, and much more.
Timothy brings you a conversation with Dr Dawson Church, author of ‘Bliss Brain’. They explore the science of moods and easy ways to heal from trauma. Dr Church is the founder of the EFT Universe, exploring Emotional Freedom Techniques for healing and emotional liberation.