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Mini Mindset: Making time to be artistic

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Mini Mindset: Making time to be artistic
Adam Cox talks to Emily Harper from art-K, which runs immersive art programmes for children aged 6-16. They talk about the importance of art in children’s development, and how art-K has had to adapt to continue bringing their creativity into people’s homes during the current pandemic.
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Emily Harper


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Mini Mindset: Oxford Charcoal - The Business of BBQs

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Mini Mindset: Oxford Charcoal - The Business of BBQs
Adam Cox is joined by Biomedical Engineer, sustainability advocate and surrogate entrepreneur, Karl Ahmed, to talk about the sudden spike in UK BBQ sales. They discuss the trends in BBQ sales and the environmental impact that traditional BBQ coals and charcoals can have. Karl also gives advice on alternatives to have a more environmentally friendly BBQ season.
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Karl Ahmed


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Mini Mindset: The Experience Economy

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Mini Mindset: The Experience Economy
Adam Cox is joined by Joshua Burke, CEO of Bongo’s Bingo. They discuss why Bingo is traditionally seen as a pastime for the elderly, and how Bongo’s Bingo is doing things differently. Joshua explains what the experience economy is and why it’s growing so fast; as well as the move towards people preferring to spend their disposable income on experiences, rather than material goods.
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Joshua Burke


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Mini Mindset: The Body Image Time Bomb

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Mini Mindset: The Body Image Time Bomb
New research from the Mental Health Foundation has revealed that millions of teenagers in Britain worry about their body image. Friends and social media seem to be causing teenagers to worry or feel ashamed about their bodies; leading more than a third to develop a negative relationship with food. In this episode, Adam Cox talks to Dr Antonis Kousoulis, Director at The Mental Health Foundation, and Frances Shillito, an eating disorders advisor, to find out more - and to find out what it is that parents and schools should be doing to help.
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Dr Antonis Kousoulis, Frances Shillito


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Mini Mindset: Disposable Fashion

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Mini Mindset: Disposable Fashion
In this episode, Adam Cox talks to fashion sustainability expert and founder of Nothing to Wear, Cyrine Joaristi. Cheap production lines and social media influencers have created a perfect storm of fashion waste, resulting in 10 billion pounds worth of clothes sitting unworn in British wardrobes. With the clothing industry now sitting in second place for most polluting industry in the world, the consequences of throwaway fashion are real and damaging. How can we as consumers help turn the tide?
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Cyrine Joaristi


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Mini Mindset: The Loneliness Epidemic

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Mini Mindset: The Loneliness Epidemic
Thanks to the internet and social media, we are more connected than ever – so why is it that loneliness remains a growing issue? Joining Adam Cox to discuss this is leading psychologist, Dr Linda Papadopoulos. Could it be that modern technology is actually to blame for rising feelings of solitude and inadequacy – and could “old” media, like radio, be the cure?
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Dr Linda Papadopoulos


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Mini Mindset: Hot to Avoid Workplace Disputes

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Mini Mindset: Hot to Avoid Workplace Disputes
With small businesses spending £11.6 billion each year on litigation fees, what is the psychological and emotional cost of litigation for small businesses? In this episode, Adam Cox is joined by Olena Gulyanytska and Tom Cadman from the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Together they explore the other avenues available to small businesses for settling legal disputes, which can often have much more satisfying outcomes for all parties involved.
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Olena Gulyanytska, Tom Cadman


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Mini Mindset: The Science of Healthy Resolutions

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Mini Mindset: The Science of Healthy Resolutions
Adam talks to Christopher Mayr and Heidi Teschemacher from Life Extension Europe about why so many people set health related new years resolutions. They discuss the problems of adherence and why so many people follow resolutions on social media without investigating if they are actually healthy or indeed scientifically valid. They offer tips about setting health resolutions you can stick to that actually do result in an improvement in health and well-being.
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Christopher Mayr, Heidi Teschemacher


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Mini Mindset: The Mental Health Benefits of having a Dog

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Mini Mindset: The Mental Health Benefits of having a Dog
On Modern Mindset this week, Adam Cox is once again diving into the world of our mental health and well being - but with a twist! How do dogs, man's longest and most loyal companion, improve our lives? He talks to Kellie Ceccarelli a veterinary nurse and Roxy Carr a 17 year old dog owner and author about the psychological and mental health benefits of owning a pet dog. Many people will wait till they own their own house or have a family before getting a dog but Roxy persuaded her parents to allow her to own a dog at the age of 11. She took all the responsibility of walks, training and care and found many health and wellbeing advantages. She features her story with Poppy, a cockapoo in a new book called ‘A Pawfect Pair’.with Kelly and Roxy to find out what a difference dogs can really make to our lives.
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Kellie Ceccarelli, Roxy Carr


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Mini Mindset: The Psychology of Looking at Our Food

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Mini Mindset: The Psychology of Looking at Our Food
Whether preparing a meal that takes 15 minutes or 50, home cooks can be forgiven for taking a moment to applaud their own efforts after plating up. Social data from HelloFresh shows that nearly 30,000 customers paused before eating their home-cooked meals and shared photos demonstrating feelings of pride and a sense of achievement. Dr Christy Ferguson discusses how taking time to appreciate the food that we have made can be beneficial to our mental wellbeing.
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Dr Christy Ferguson


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