Adam talks to Winston Ben Clements an international speaker who was born with a condition that has confined him to a wheelchair. Despite this disadvantage Winston shares his wisdom on the importance of resilience and that overcoming struggles and setbacks can actually give a huge edge. They also discuss what extreme ownership means and how doing more than you should can promote someone to a genuine leader.
Adam talks to Dr Kate Beaven Marks, an expert in hypnotherapy about why more than 95% of qualified therapists fail to turn their skills into a career. They discuss why therapists and practitioners need to understand business, marketing and accounting skills and that simply being better therapist doesn’t help.
Adam talks to Alex McLellan about anxiety in today’s age. Is anxiety more common than in previous generations and do men cope better than women. They discuss why that when there is more support than ever before that tech and social media is actually making anxiety worse for some.
Whether preparing a meal that takes 15 minutes or 50, home cooks can be forgiven for taking a moment to applaud their own efforts after plating up. Social data from HelloFresh shows that nearly 30,000 customers paused before eating their home-cooked meals and shared photos demonstrating feelings of pride and a sense of achievement. Dr Christy Ferguson discusses how taking time to appreciate the food that we have made can be beneficial to our mental wellbeing.
The high street, once a popular choice for shoppers, has faced many changes in recent years. The increase of online shopping is a clear indicator, as 1 in 3 of us will exclusively use the internet to shop this Christmas. Annette Picardo, Managing Director in the UK for Etsy, explains how people are moving towards a more mindful and conscious way of shopping. New independent research finds that people feel happier when supporting their local community and local businesses.
Adam talks to Tracey Liv, a coach and corporate consultation on conflict resolution within relationships, businesses and even within ourselves. Tracey introduces the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument and how the different types of managing conflict can either help or hinder issues depending on the context. Tracey explains why some people avoid conflict while others typified by Donald Trump actively seek out conflict to demonstrate dominance. Tracey offers some tips about how to resolve conflicts and adapt to different personality types.
Adam talks to IEMT trainer and founder of Interesting Talks (the largest Meetup Group in London) Matt Kendall. They discuss the latest technology in dealing with trauma and anxiety and also explore the perils of the personal development industry. They highlight that many people drawn to personal development seminars are often vulnerable people with mental health issues prompted to sign up for expensive courses. They question whether the industry actually solves problems or just perpetuates a myth of success and accomplishments for financial gain.
Adam talks to Asesh Sarkar, CEO of Salary Finance a fin-tech company that helps employees access tools to improve their financial health. They discuss research that shows that money doesn’t mean happiness as more people earning over £100k were more stressed than those earning less. They explore ways to improve financial and mental well-being that don’t necessarily mean simply earning more.
Adam talks to Mark Stephen Pooler a professional public speaker and coach who became a drug addict in his teenage years as a result of bullying throughout his childhood. Mark shares how a near death experience when he was clinically dead for a few minutes became the wake up call he needed to pursue a life on stage in the industry of professional speaking. Mark shares how people can fight through nerves and find their voice and why public speaking is an important skill for people from all backgrounds.
Adam talks to lifestyle transformation coach Joey Romeu about why busy people tend put their health on the backburner and the consequences. Joey explains how to start small and build habits that are sustainable rather than unrealistic goals. They discuss why diet is so important and that it’s not necessary to be perfect when it comes to health and fitness.