Adam Cox speaks to mentor and business coach, Denise Mortimer, about why many women are looking online and to social channels to create businesses later on in life. While the barriers to entry are low, Denise explains that it’s never been so important to carve a niche based on genuine value in order to create visibility in the online space. More and more people are becoming life coaches, but do we really need coaches when so much self-help content is free and widely available?
Adam talks to transformational coach, Effie Kli, about her story that not only led her to transformation, but started her on a pathway to helping others do the same. Effie speaks about the tragic loss of her mother to suicide while she was still a child; she shares how this taught her resilience, but also led to her living a life rooted in shame and self-deception. She reveals how, from all of this, she eventually discovered her true path in life – and now uses her experiences and insight to help other people live their truth unapologetically.
Adam talks to author Dean Williams about the inspiration and insight behind his first book, The Path to Financial Peace. Dean discusses why it’s not how much you earn that’s important, but rather how much of what you earn is kept and invested. He talks about the importance of a financial review and the power of compounding, why the lack of financial education in schools is detrimental to our attitude towards finance as adults, and how education and mindset is crucial to finding your own pathway to wealth. Find out more at www.exclusivevisions.co.uk.
Adam Cox is joined by accountability and goal-setting coach, Karmin Meckael, to talk about how to move from simply setting a goal to actually achieving it. They discuss the importance of clarity and accountability, and the different ways to unlock motivation. Plus, Karmin reveals how one moment of decision can transform your life, and Adam shares why, once he finally had the financial ability to buy a much-dreamed-of Lamborghini, he no longer wanted one.
Joining Adam Cox in this episode is Dilara Tetik, one of the UK’s leading relationship coaches, to discuss the challenges of modern relationships. Is technology hindering rather than helping the formation of lasting connections? And what do we need to learn about communicating to enable our relationships to thrive? Plus, Dilara gives her view on Donald and Melania Trump’s relationship, and the advice she might offer to the President of the United States to make his marriage as successful as his finances.
Adam Cox talks is joined by Lauretta Cundy, Director of Mad About My Business, to discuss the growing trend for companies to invest in Corporate Wellness. Lauretta discusses the issues that exist in companies of all sizes, and how a psychologist can help; as well as talking about the myths and misconceptions surrounding wellbeing in the workplace, and why investing in the mental wellbeing of staff could be a strategic competitive advantage.
Adam speaks to Vice President of International at Etsy, Nicole Vanderbilt, about the psychological barriers woman can experience when starting a business. Etys is a platform that enables people to create original products and reach a global audience. In contrast to most other sectors, 86% of Etsy sellers are female. Also joining the discussion is Mahri McKenzie, one of Etsy’s female online sellers, to talk about her experiences of both the opportunities – and risks – that come with being a woman in business.
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 interviews two identical twin sisters, Raissa and Joyce de Haas, who founded the drinks company Double Dutch. In just a few years they have won awards, used innovative approaches into investment and have created surprising new flavours of drinks. They discuss the emotional power of flavours and the benefits of working with someone with identical genetics.
Adam interviews the founders of a fast-growing drinks company called Collagin, a new gin brand that contains the protein collagen. Two women from a background in the creative industries are making waves in the male-dominated drinks and spirits sector. Do female entrepreneurs think differently to men, and does it bring advantages?