Adam Cox is joined by TJ Supreme, CEO of the TuKo app, to discuss how TuKo aims to bring every on-demand service into one easy to use application, and what the inspiration behind the company was. They delve into how the older generation may benefit from an app such as this, and how it can protect users from “cowboy” tradespeople.
Adam Cox is joined by Christine Gouldthorp from PriceRunner, to discuss new research findings that show how older consumers lack trust and confidence in online retailers. They look at why more older people are shopping online, despite the worries and concerns that they have, and what consumers should look out for to ensure they are staying safe when shopping online.
Adam Cox is joined by Christine Gouldthorp, consumer product expert from independent comparison site: PriceRunner. They discuss whether or not Brits trust the offers they see on Black Friday, and whether the offers out there are really as good as they seem. They explore what consumers should be looking out for when shopping during Black Friday events, and why comparing prices is so important to ensure you really are getting a good deal.
Adam Cox talks to international speaker and passive income coach, Douglas Vermeeren. Douglas explains why most of the population rely on only a single source of income – often through conventional employment – and explains that what was taught in schools as being a source of security is actually a very risky strategy. He discusses why having multiple streams of income (some of which are passive) enables us to have more security and freedom simultaneously, and offers a few tips about how to make the transition from employee status into the world of having passive incomes.
Adam talks to Destiny Onisile and Jessica Tonwe, two millennials, about their attitudes to saving money to coincide with British Savings Week. They discuss how ignorance and confusion lead to a reluctance to save and how student debt create poor financial habits that can make debt attractive and saving something they believe is for older generations. They also explore if there’s anything that would encourage young people to save or learn about finance.
Adam chats with Gavin Ucko, the founder and managing director of The Happy Puzzle Company, about how learning through games and puzzles can out-perform classroom-style education. What is it about learning through play that makes it so effective, and how do you tap into the potential of people with different types of intelligence?
In this episode, Adam investigates the psychology and emotions of mortgages. The original meaning of mortgage is burden ‘till death so why do people choose to pay too much by staying on SVR. The guest is Ishaan Malhi, CEO of online mortgage broker Trussle.