Adam Cox is joined by Xavier Collins from car rental experts Turo, to discuss how the public currently feel about public transport and what the alternatives are for those looking to alleviate the stress on the country’s public transport network. They explore the concept behind Turo and the benefits of choosing it over other services, in addition to how car rental services are mitigating the risk of transmission of the COVID-19 virus whilst car sharing.
Adam creates a hypnosis session based on the Danish concept of Hygge. This feeling of coziness, connection, and well-being is linked to spending time with friends and family, log fires, candles, hot drinks, and warm blankets. In this session, you visit a cottage in Denmark, just for you to feel the authentic feeling of Hygge in its natural environment. Great to listen to during winter nights just before you go to sleep.
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 Max Halliwell from Mitsubishi Electric to discuss how the heating industry needs to change in order to aid the UK in becoming carbon neutral by 2050. They talk about heat pumps, how exactly these work and the grant opportunities out there for those who want to make their homes more sustainable. They delve into what needs to change in the UK’s mindsets in order to truly make an impact in the UK when it comes to heating our homes.
Adam Cox is joined by New Zealand-based podcaster, Arelle Hug, who discusses the impact and importance of self-love. She shares that she didn't always show herself love, which led to low confidence and self-esteem. She describes how that changed over time and the importance of learning, podcasts, exercise and nutrition – and how they can help you to have a better relationship with yourself.
Adam creates a hypnosis session designed to help people with social anxiety or for those that want to build stronger relationships and friendships. This hypnosis uses a metaphor of value and what is considered precious and is based on a desert island. There are powerful suggestions linked to the acronym PRECIOUS.
In this episode, Adam creates a short hypnosis session designed to boost your immune system. This uses a metaphor of healing white light to boost the number of white blood cells giving your body the natural ingredients to fight off infections, viruses and parasites. There are also useful suggestions on lifestyle choices that can further boost the immune system.
Adam works with a lady in the US that wanted to lose body fat. Although she'd tried different diets over the years she was feeling unable to stick to anything that would actually work. Adam creates a hypnosis session that is designed to make her feel able to make choices again about what to eat and the impact of eating foods that are low-glycemic. This session helps to prompt decisions that trains the body to burn fat rather than forcing the body to lose fat and in doing so enables the mind to perceive excess body fat as a pantry filled with foods and stored energy.
Adam Cox is joined by mind coach and podcaster, Zoe Turner. Zoe talks about why she became a mind coach, and what benefits meditation can have on mental health. She also discusses what can cause poor mental health, and offers some tips to encourage positive mental health and wellbeing.