Adam Cox talks to Larry and Taylor Thompson about their journey into network marketing. Larry describes how Jim Rohn changed his life, and together Larry and Taylor share how certain principles enabled them to find high levels of success and personal income. They discuss the elements of certain mindsets that can lead people to think of network marketing as a cult. Larry also talks about his book, The Millionaire Training.
Adam Cox is joined by transformational leader, trainer and empowerment coach, Gina Gardiner, to discuss how COVID-19 has affected the country’s older workforce and what may stop older people from pursuing entrepreneurship. Gina explains what exactly a “maturepreneur” is, and how it is possible to build a successful business based on hobbies and interests. She also gives some fantastic tips and tricks for those looking to find new opportunities – and how to build not just a successful business, but a successful life.
In a world in which there is bias against female entrepreneurs – from accessing funding and being asked personal and risk-focussed questions in VC pitches, to lack of networking opportunities – we need advice and insight from someone in the know. In this episode, Tamara Gillan speaks with Kirsty Moore, Managing Director at HSBC Private Banking, who shares some of her wisdom – and why it’s important for women to be afforded the opportunity to start their own businesses and for them to flourish.
Adam Cox is joined by Angus Knights, Partnership Manager from Parcellab, to discuss the implications that come from retailers and businesses ignoring customers once they have made their purchases. They delve into the impact this will have on both the public and retailers, and how important customer service is in order to ensure a good relationship is maintained between the two once the customer has clicked “check out”.
Adam Cox is joined by “America’s start-up success expert”, Alec Stern, who discusses his track record in launching and growing businesses. He shares why right now – in the middle of a global pandemic – is a great time to start a new business, as well as how to grow and then sell a business.
Adam Cox is joined by the CEO of Tax Aid, Valerie Boggs, to discuss the effects of COVID-19 on self-employed workers and how some are struggling with the new tax self-assessment processes. They talk through how Tax Aid is helping the most vulnerable members of society when it comes to understanding their tax, and the tax assessment process.
Adam Cox talks to retail property management expert, Paul Clifford, from Flourish – who explains the current high street slump and the potential impact of the COVID lockdown on retailers. Paul shares some tips for retail entrepreneurs and predicts the upcoming trends that could make their mark on the British high street.
Adam Cox is joined by entrepreneurs Alex Willcock and Felix Conran. They discuss the impact our living spaces have on our lives, the new reality of the home being on display through video calls, and the pressure this puts on the individual to have a more presentable living space. Adam delves into the changing relationship between the home space and the work space, and how the distinction between the two has started to blur during lockdown.
Adam Cox is joined by Stuntman, Yoga Instructor, and founder of “The Downward Doug”: Doug Robson. Doug explains his journey to becoming a stunt man, and how Yoga gives his dangerous life balance. He talks about the mentality of taking risks, including life-threatening risks, and how it gives perspective to the other areas of his life. Doug also discusses the dichotomy of his pursuit of being a stuntman, which is considered highly masculine, and Yoga, which is thought of as a more feminine pursuit. He shares his life lessons and encourages everyone to take more risks in the pursuit of their dreams – whatever they may be.
Adam Cox is joined by activist and campaigner Natasha Sutton, an entrepreneur that suffered from paralysis while running a successful business. Natasha reveals how traumatic life experiences involving her parents helped her pursue a passion for good mental health and better understanding for all. Natasha shares some valuable tips on how to spot the signs of stress and mental health issues, and ways in which we can all cope.