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.
Adam Cox is joined by Chloe Bisson, a coach and consultant specialising in the use of technology to automate processes in business. Chloe teaches businesses to take those tasks which are manual and repetitive, and automate them through software and systems. Chloe shares the best tools for automation, offering some tips to enable entrepreneurs to free up their time – so that they can spend it on the things that really matter for their business.
Adam Cox is joined by Neil Fraser and Nick Beetham from Fraser and Fraser, a professional team of genealogists and international probate researchers, dedicated to tracing missing beneficiaries to unclaimed estates. They discuss the common misconceptions and myths surrounding wills; both in the different ways they can be written up, and what happens when a will hasn’t been written at all. They also discuss their work in the area of genealogy and ancestry – and the leaps and bounds that are being made in this area with increasing access to DNA tests via different online providers.
Adam Cox is joined by Maria Egorova, a relationship coach for men. Maria works with those who are struggling to cope with single life after relationship breakdown and divorce, and coaches them to reclaim their identity and gain the confidence to build new relationships. Maria discusses the ways in which men can struggle after a divorce, the tips that can help them to make progress, and why she feels it’s an advantage to be a female coach helping men.
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Aisha Alsheikh; an international speaker, medical scientist and therapist specialising in the issue of self-esteem – and why people can suffer from low levels of confidence. Aysha tells her own story of being belittled and abused, and how she now uses her past experiences to help others. She discusses the different levels of confidence, and how you can super-charge your self-esteem.
Adam Cox is joined by branding expert Desislava Dobreva, also known as “The Branding Queen”. Des discusses exactly what branding is – and what it isn’t. They talk about why brands are so important, and how smaller companies and sole traders can use the principles of branding to build and establish a brand that is effective. Des offers some tips, and advises of the key pitfalls to avoid.
Adam Cox is joined again by “The World’s Favourite Sisters”, Vicky and Chrissa Tolidou, who founded Tolidou Education. They share their story of how they were left with nothing after a house fire, but used that experience to help others by setting up their business together. The sisters offer some tips to help anyone feeling stuck or limited to transform their lives.
Adam Cox is joined by Andrea Reynolds, CEO and Founder of Swoop Funding, as they discuss the challenges facing small businesses when it comes to accessing finance. Andrea talks about the different types of funding options and how they have evolved over the last decade. From peer to peer platforms, to loans and grants, Andrea talks about the ways in which entrepreneurs can grow their businesses without the hassle of dealing with individual lenders.
70% of us will, at some point in our lives, experience “Impostor Syndrome”: the feeling of not deserving our accomplishments, and the persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”. Vicky Sayers is joined in this episode by team and leadership development consultant, Rebecca Godfrey, who shares her own story of dealing with Impostor Syndrome. Rebecca talks about spending three weeks at The Priory in 2014 for work-related stress, and details her journey from her lowest point to founding her own consultancy business, Etheo Limited. She also shares some encouraging tips for anyone else struggling with similar feelings of inadequacy, and highlights the importance of talking to others when feeling overwhelmed.
Adam Cox is joined by speaker and coach Jean-Pierre De Villiers who talked about how to take personal responsibility even in the face of adversity just months after a near fatal crash and what he learned from 16 days of silent meditation. Jean-Pierre was knocked over by a hit-and-run on his bike while riding from John O’ Groats to Lands’ End. This left him hospitalised and needing months of rehabilitation. JP discusses how we find the mental strength to forgive and how we was able to take personal responsibility for an accident to avoid becoming a victim. JP shares some tips to help make the best of any traumatic situation.