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How is it possible to gain motivation and deeper connection with others just from having conversations and being in the same space? How does dopamine tie into having a growth mindset that will help you maximize your success? In this episode you get a compilation of 5 neuroscience experts giving you all the tips you need to not only optimize your brain function, but also better understand how to hack your brain for greater success and outcomes in the healthiest way possible. Dig into the science behind enjoying the process and striving for greatness outside of the comfort zone.


New Connections | How learning impacts the physical structure of the brain and rewires [2:29]
Better Decisions | Moran Cerf on the brain’s activity behind good or bad choices [4:15]
Cognitive Function | David on why new experiences force cognitive function [6:08]
Dopamine | Andrew Huberman breaks down dopamine’s role in growth mindset [7:43]
Don’t Quit | Moran Cerf explains self-control to push beyond the breaking point [11:00]
Train for Success | Rewarding specific behaviors tied to the process not the end goal [12:49]
Growth Factors | Rahul Jundial on how exercise regulates brain health with neurons [17:35]
Motivation | Moran Cerf shares simple way to hack motivation and any quality you want [20:07]
Diet Hacks | Dr Jundial on why omega 3s are most beneficial for brain health [23:03]
Fatty Salad | Why dark leafy greens and extra virgin olive oil are key to brain health [24:34]
Fasting | Rahul Jundial breaks down how the brain can gain focus and cognition fasting [27:52]
Free Will | The illusion of free when given options, intuition and free will manipulated [30:48]
Brain Biases | Moran Cerf on allowing different sides of yourself to manifest your identify [38:48]
Brain Rewiring | The level beyond your ability & aligning the brain with communication [40:47]
Training Connections | Tapping into brain connections with creativity and humor [43:21]


“the most important thing for people as they get older, is to seek new experiences, and that’s the thing that often doesn’t happen, especially when somebody has retired” David Eagleman [7:35]

“…if you surround yourself by people that you want to be like, you hear them communicate, they change your brain, […] you actually become more motivated, if you’re next to people that are motivated.” Moran Cerf [22:14]

“the hardest thing about dieting people, they feel like the shift has to be complete and religious, and to me it’s more glacial because the benefits will also take decades to accrue.” Rahul Jundial [24:19]

“I think brain training just means learning as a habit, one step past where you’re comfortable.” Rahul Jundial [40:55]

“the access connections across the brain creates a greater propensity to link seemingly unrelated ideas and concepts. And that’s the basis of metaphor and creativity.” V.S. Ramachandran [44:16]

“the conclusion is [that] anything difficult, where you have to think, is good for your brain.” Rahul Jundial [45:27]

David Eagleman is a New York Times bestselling author, neuroscientist and the presenter of the amazing international PBS series The Brain, he specializes in the area of Behavior and Neuroscience.

Rahul Jandial is a renowned neurosurgeon that has spent his life tackling the toughest medical questions about the brain and the mind.

Max Lugavere is a New York Times best-selling author and science journalist who has researched brain health, the root cause of dementia, and how to support your brain through diet. His mission is to help as many people as possible become smarter, healthier and happier.

Moran Cerf is a neuroscientist and business professor at the Kellogg School of Management and the neuroscience program at Northwestern university. His innovative theories about the brain have been published in Nature, the highest-ranking journal in the world.

V.S. Ramachandran, named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine, is one of the most respected minds in all of neuroscience. His insightful experiments, coupled with his ability to boil the complex down to the super simple, has made him one of the most sought after lecturers.

Dr. Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and professor at Stanford University School of Medicine. He specializes in neuroplasticity, brain development, neural regeneration and repair.

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