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.
Adam Cox is joined by Natalie Susi, a professor at the University of California, where she teaches a course called The Pursuit of Happiness. Natalie has developed an online series called Conscious Conversations, and a program called Creating a Conscious Culture. She discusses how communication can be the cause and solution of many personal and interpersonal problems, and offers tips on how to communicate in a more conscious way to improve the quality of your life.
Adam Cox is joined by mindset coach, Mikayla Jai, to discuss the principles of Quantum Manifestation. This is often thought of as the science behind the law of attraction. Mikayla shares her story of creating a compelling vision and how she has used the principles in herself and her clients. They discuss some of the criticisms of the law of attraction and how beliefs, as well as action, are required to turn dreams into reality.
Adam Cox is joined again by clinical hypnotherapist and founder of Limitless Mind Coaching, Matt Cullen. Matt shares what it means to think negatively and why this happens so frequently for so many people. They discuss why the standard advice of “being kind to yourself” doesn't really work, and what can be done to turn negative thinking around. They then discuss what it means to be limitless and how limitations can be overcome to create powerful changes.
Adam Cox speaks to the leading expert on Ego State Therapy and founder of Resource Therapy, Professor Gordon Emmerson. They discuss why the model of different parts of the unconscious is useful, and why these parts are often in conflict. Gordon explains the difference between Ego State Therapy and Resource Therapy – and how quickly change can take place. He also shares that the person and resource state he would most want to adopt is that of Nelson Mandela, whose ability to turn hate and injustice into something positive was second to none.
Adam Cox is joined by Arelle Hug, host of the Elevate Your Soul podcast. Arelle has a unique set of belief systems, based on what she feels helps to elevate her soul. She identifies as a “Fairy Mermaid”; a metaphor for life that aligns with her highest values. Arelle shares some of the things that can drain our energy and prevent us from being the best versions of ourselves, while sharing tips and advice to enable anyone to elevate their soul.
Adam Cox is joined by coach and entrepreneur Mike McDonnell. Despite living with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) as well as diabetes, Mike has been able to grow in confidence and competency to help coach side hustlers to become full-time entrepreneurs. Mike shares some of the setbacks and issues he has faced due to CF, and how he learned to respect the condition and the obligations that come with it to be able to take control of his life. He shares tips on how to stay positive and how to make progress, no matter what the obstacle.
Adam Cox is joined by Stephen Gillen, a reformed London gangster and armed robber, who transformed from a Category A convict imprisoned for 11 years to a serial entrepreneur, peace prize nominee, and filmmaker. Stephen shares how he left behind a life of crime to become a successful businessman, peace ambassador and role model, working with members of the police to promote a message of peace and hope. He explains the shift in his thinking and the resources necessary to turn a life around. Stephen also discusses his new autobiography and the movie of his life, The Monkey Puzzle Tree – and where the name comes from. Find out more: https://stephengillen.com/
Adam Cox is joined by Art Valuer and Art Historian Sofiya Davidyan to discuss how it's possible to value art, and the circumstances that lead to art being valued highly and artists becoming brands. Sofiya discusses the nature of society to commodify: to put a value on things, such as relationships and friendships. She also gives an insight into the emotions that art can communicate, and what it means to have an artistic mind.
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.