It's not unusual to associate people who are financially successful with character flaws - perhaps a ruthless personality, perhaps a focus on the 'self': this can result in irrational spending when good fortune appears in order to return to one's perceived former state of equilibrium. This episode uses concepts of hypnotic wealth to help come to terms with this challenge.
Adam Cox is joined by Petra Antalova, Co-Founder of New Aroma UK, to discuss the brand's new revolutionary, patent-pending technology which disinfects the air whilst delivering amazing scent. She explains why certain air disinfectant methods are potentially unsafe, and how to disinfect homes in a safer way. www.newaroma.co.uk
Trauma and anxiety can often be linked to a few recurring thoughts, particularly those that arise from within. They can be a struggle to fight — the more you try to suppress them, the worse they become. This episode uses a metaphor to help you detach yourself from these thoughts, using an acknowledged technique called 'Acceptance and Commitment Therapy' (ACT) in order to help minimise such intrusive/unpleasant thoughts.
Adam Cox is joined by Charles Ellis, Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPH) sufferer, to discuss the condition and the effects it can have on sufferers. He explains how BPH has impacted his daily life, and also talks about Water Vapour Therapy and how it is used to treat BPH. www.bostonscientific.com
Adam Cox is joined by Rick Thompson, CEO of rare disease charity Beacon, to discuss the challenges of living with a rare disease and why patient groups are so important. He explains how Beacon are helping those with a rare disease and the actions the charity are calling for. www.rarebeacon.org
Adam Cox is joined by James Lambert, MD of Lyme Bay Winery, for English Wine Week to discuss new research revealing the top 5 different types of wine drinkers. They look at how the English wine industry is doing, and also what to look out for in a bottle of wine this summer. www.lymebaywinery.co.uk
Adam Cox is joined by Donna Kunyo, National Bingo Caller of the Year, and Miles Baron, Chief Executive of The Bingo Association, for National Bingo Day to discuss why Bingo is still so popular in the UK. Donna explains what made her fall in love with Bingo and how she became a Bingo caller, and Miles explains what's going on across the UK for the day and the future of the game. www.bingo-association.co.uk
Building confidence to deal with interviews and applications for promotion can be challenging when potential role models appear boastful or arrogant — behaviour one might not want to copy. So it can be useful to seek out an example of someone who not only has the necessary confidence but also the characteristics one might wish to emulate. This approach is known as a circle of excellence or, as Adam Cox describes it, a cylinder of confidence.
Adam Cox is joined by Nick Hounsfield, Founder of inland surfing destination The Wave, and bodyboarder, Llewellyn Nicholls, ahead of International Surfing Day to discuss the benefits of surfing. Nick explains what The Wave is and how people can get into surfing, whilst Llewellyn talks about the challenge he is undertaking on the 21 June.
Adam Cox is joined by Senior GP and Broadcaster, Dr Roger Henderson, and Chris Addison, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2015 but is now thankfully cancer-free, for Men's Health Week to discuss a new survey from Bayer UK that reveals men's attitudes toward their own health. They talk about the launch of the "Shed by Shed: Rebuilding the Fight Against Prostate Cancer" campaign, and the pair explain why talking about men's health is so important.
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