Adam Cox is joined by John Parker, of The Arboricultural Association, to discuss exactly what the association do and how the UK's trees are taken care of. He explains next year's government 30,000 hectare tree-planting target, and why arboriculture is an important service. www.trees.org.uk
"Awakening is not changing who you are but discarding who you are not." Adam Cox presents a short episode setting out a new formula for change. People normally associate change with additional effort and inertia often results - but what if it were a simple matter of discarding the things that we are not, but which we've accumulated over the years by habit? 15 minutes spent listening to this episode could be a real life changer for the future.
Adam Cox talks to Michael Shapiro, Head of Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution at GSC Solicitors LLP, about one of the most visible parts of the legal process: litigation. Michael explains that a lot of litigation comes about as a result of poor planning at the start of a business relationship, and that prevention is much better and cheaper than the cure. He talks about why factors such as ego, stubbornness and revenge can drive a case to court – and why there are much better, and far less risky, ways to seek resolution. Would you take your business to court to prove a point?
Adam Cox leads a discussion into whether banks actually meet our psychological and emotional needs. Banking has experienced a shake-up, a rapid evolution since the credit crunch, and open banking is set to enhance that even more. Will modern banks tap into our human needs? Joining the show to further discuss these questions and more is Rich Wagner, CEO of Cashplus, one of the newest banks entering the UK market.
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