‘Working In’

‘Working In’

Heights is partnering with the world's greatest minds for a series of live masterclasses on brain health, mental wellness, mindset and training the most important part of your body, your brain.

Your body needs work outs.

Your brain needs ‘work ins’. 

There's never been a more important time to understand how ‘you’ work.


Heights co-founder, Dan Murray-Serter will interview world experts like Stephen Fry, Jay Shetty, Mo Gawdat, Dr Tara Swart, Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Dr James Doty, Dr Daniel Amen, Dr Sophie Scott and more - every Thursday 6.30 - 7.30 pm.

Learn how to eat for a clearer mind, be more mindful, grow intelligence, combat stress, reduce mental health problems, socially connect, solve for happy, remember anything, laugh through it all and more.

All Working In sessions are by donation - with proceeds going to Mind, the mental health charity, to provide mental health support during COVID-19.


The Line-Up

Work In with Dr Tara Swart

How a Healthier Brain can Lead to a Happier Life

April 23, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

Author of "The Source", Chief Science Officer at Heights & Lecturer at MIT talks us through the neuroscience behind how to reach your Heights.

If you missed the Work In with Dr Tara Swart, you can watch it here.

Work In with Stephen Fry

Thoughts on Intelligence

April 30, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

A man who really needs no introduction, Stephen will be joining us to talk all things intelligence. How to harness it, how to improve it, how to hone it.

If you missed the Work In with Stephen Fry, you can watch it here.

Work In with Ed Cooke

How to Remember Anything

May 7, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

Co-founder of Memrise, Ed Cooke has probably got the best memory of anyone you’ve ever come across. This work in will teach you his tricks to train your brain to remember everything with ease. 

If you missed the Work In with Ed Cooke, you can watch it here.

Work In with Dr James Doty

How Compassion Unlocks your Brain's Potential

May 14, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

As Head of Neurosurgery at Stanford University, Founder of the Centre for Compassion and Altruism Studies and author of global best seller "Into the Magic Shop", James Doty has a uniquely skilled perspective on compassion.  In this work in, we’ll explore how tapping into our most human quality can harness our cognitive powers. 

If you missed the Work In with Dr James Doty, you can watch it here.

Work In with Jay Shetty

How to Think Like A Monk

May 21, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

With over 1 million people tuning in to his meditations every week - author of “Think Like a Monk”, Jay Shetty has been a hugely popular global voice of calm during lockdown. That’s exactly what he’ll be sharing in this week’s working in masterclass - how to effectively find some inner peace.

If you missed the Work In with Jay Shetty, you can watch it here.

Work In with Mo Gawdat

You can Train your Brain to be Happy

May 28, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

As the author of 'Solve For Happy', ex Chief Business officer of GoogleX, and founder of the '1 billion happy' movement - you could say that Mo has a fair amount to say on the subject of happiness. Expect brain hacks, and ways to change your perspective on positivity in this week’s work in.


Work In with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

The Stress Solution - How your Mind can Thrive in Five

June 11, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

Author of 3 best selling books including "The Stress Solution" & UK's number 1 Health Podcast Host (Feel Better Live More), Dr Chatterjee will be focusing on 5-minute exercises we can work into our daily lives to reduce the effects of stress on our brains and bodies.


Work In with Dr Daniel Amen

How to End Mental Illness

Date TBC, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

Celebrity doctor, psychiatrist, brain disorder specialist, author, creator of one of the most-watched Ted Talks, and founder of the Amen Clinics, Daniel Amen joins Dan to share his work in all about how to change your brain to protect your mental health. 

Work In with Dr Sophie Scott

The Benefits (and perils) of Laughter in Life and Work

Date TBC, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

Cognitive neuroscience expert, Senior Fellow at Wellcome Trust, and all-round funny lady, Sophie Scott joins us this week to talk, and laugh. She’ll share the magic of laughter, what it does to the brain and how you can use it to both help and hinder you in work and in your personal life. 

Gina Rippon

The Gendered Brain

June 4, 2020 - 6.30pm BST

In her role as Professor of cognitive neuroimaging at the Aston Brain Centre, Gina Rippon has a unique insight into the myth of the female 'gendered brain'.


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