A selection of press articles quoting Dr Tara Swart and The Unlimited Mind's approach to neuroscience in business.

Notable & Quotable: Journalists’ Brains

Notable & Quotable: Journalists’ Brains

Results showed that journalists’ brains were operating at a lower level than the average population

Journalists operate at a lower level than average

Journalists operate at a lower level than average

Journalists drink too much and operate at a lower level than average, according to new study

Neuroscience for Leadership

Neuroscience for Leadership

Watch Tara Swart talk to Timothy Maurice on neuroscience and leadership for CNBC Africa

How to be mindful

How to be mindful

Suzanne Duckett, Tatler, looks at how we can be more mindful

Power up your health by powering down your phone

Power up your health by powering down your phone

In today's frenetic work environment, some reports say that we check our phones up to 85 times a day...

This is why you need a digital detox

This is why you need a digital detox

Neuroscience and understanding brain health is far more important than we might first imagine.

unBranded - The Leader's Brain

unBranded - The Leader's Brain

Listen to Dr Tara Swart discuss boosting the brain with Timothy Maurice

YOU NEED A BRAINCATION

YOU NEED A BRAINCATION

Dr Tara Swart, the hotel’s resident neuroscientist, tells me: “If people are lonely or in need of ...

An expert's guide on how to avoid the dreaded jet lag

An expert's guide on how to avoid the dreaded jet lag

Dr Tara Swart has joined forces with the Corinthia Hotel London, to become their neuroscientist...

Mind massages and ‘serotonin sling’ mocktails

Mind massages and ‘serotonin sling’ mocktails

Janet Street-Porter checks into the hotel that cures insomnia and talks to Tara

How to be more resilient

How to be more resilient

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity and the strength to thrive in times of change...

A neuroscientist explains 'imposter syndrome'

A neuroscientist explains 'imposter syndrome'

'Impostor syndrome' is a feeling of not being adequate at work...

How to stop work from killing you – Billions-style

How to stop work from killing you – Billions-style

Spear’s Sophie McIntyre speaks to psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart

Should social media be allowed at work?

Should social media be allowed at work?

"Managers first need to accept there’s nothing wrong with breaks per se" says Tara Swart

A successful brain requires sleep and food

A successful brain requires sleep and food

Brazil's biggest paper Folha de S.Paulo interviews Tara Swart neuroscience and how it can help you learn.