Adam talks to former champion bodybuilder and Mind Body Coach, Karolina Kaczor, about how to listen to your body and follow your intuition. While discipline and hard work are often highly regarded qualities, Karolina talks openly about the consequences of switching one obsession or addiction for another – and what the world of finance and business can learn from competitive bodybuilding.
James Cameron Wilson reviews ‘I, Tonya’, the new movie about the former Olympic skater, Tonya Harding. James is very positive about the film and thinks that Margot Robbie deserves the Best Actress gong at next week’s Oscars. But he fears the award will go elsewhere. James also looks at the continuing success of ‘The Greatest Showman’ with its soundtrack hitting No 1 in the music charts. Finally, James looks at the new DVD release of ‘The Party’ Kristin Scott Thomas and Emily Mortimer.
James Hookham comes from an environmental background where he was a specialist in the transportation of dangerous chemicals. He's also written extensively about transport logistics, environmental concerns and logistics technology. He's worked as a journalist for trade publications before joining the Freight Transport Association. He's 30 years in a number of roles at the association., where he is deputy CEO, overseeing road, rail, air and sea freight.
Dave Birss works in the corporate world, helping companies find new ways of coming up with ideas – and following them through. He's worked as a musician, a poet, and as a presenter; as well as for some of London's biggest marketing and advertising agencies. He's billed as an expert in creativity, and also writes. Sue Dougan finds out more in the latest episode of Track Record.
Adam Cox speaks to Emotional Fitness and Mindset Coach, Sylvana Kozak, about what Emotional Fitness is, why it is important, and how to strengthen it. This episode also explores why high performers can suffer from “burnout”, as well as the elusive magic ingredient to fulfilment.
Multi-property owner, Laurence Lameche, maintains that you don’t need a mortgage to buy property. He’s worked in sales and as a London bus tour guide, turning his hand to many jobs before focusing on property – and how to own it without a huge outlay. He’s just published a book, How I Bought Three London Properties For A Football Ticket, and he’s this week’s guest on Track Record.
In this episode of Modern Mindset, Adam Cox talks to award-winning author Tim Wotton. Tim’s book, How Have I Cheated Death? A Short and Merry Life with Cystic Fibrosis, discusses how his genetic condition gives him a unique perspective on life, work and money – with profound lessons that are invaluable to us all.
Adam speaks with Oxford University Academic Dr. Jeremy Howick, author of Dr. You and an expert on altruism and with Anne Webb, from Oxfam. They discuss why people give up their time to volunteer and whether any behaviour is truly altruistic. With a vast array of psychological, emotional, career and even health benefits they explore whether the purpose of living really is giving.
Self-made millionaire and OBE, Charlie Mullins, is the founder and director of Pimlico Plumbers, London's largest independent plumbing company. After his recent revelation that he plans to run for London Mayor, we bring you our Track Record with him from 2016.