Adam Cox is joined by entrepreneurial accountant and cashflow expert, Shishir Khadkar, to discuss how so many business owners risk financial ruin by being unaware of key parts of their financial situation. Shishir shares why the single most important financial discipline is cash flow – and the ability to be aware of it and its implications in business. He also gives some practical tips on how to immediately improve cash flow control, which could mean the difference between a business failing and succeeding.
Adam Cox talks to Chelsea Simpson, a life coach who has turned her own traumatic life experience into a tool for inspiring and changing the lives of others. After being raped at the age of 18, Chelsea felt like she didn’t deserve to live the life she wanted for herself. She discusses the implications of negative belief systems and how to change them into something positive.
Adam Cox talks to John-Paul Savant, CEO of ATG (Auction Technology Group) about the latest research revealing that unlike with other commodities, people don’t understand the environmental consequences of buying brand new furniture. He discusses that second-hand items can have a dramatic impact on the planet and that auctions can be the driver to making the world a more sustainable place.
Adam Cox talks to Charlie de la Haye from Epson UK regarding new research revealing the UK’s ignorance when it comes to the cost of printer ink. Some believe that ink is more expensive than scorpion venom, (the world’s most expensive liquid), and some believe that it’s less expensive than champagne, when printer ink is much more expensive. With students heading back to university en masse at this time of year, it means that many students will either overspend on ink by up to a thousand pounds over a 3-year degree or potentially avoid printing essential work to keep costs down. They discuss how new printing technology could help students save a lot of money.
Research from British Business Bank has revealed that the majority of small businesses don’t like the idea of borrowing money to grow their enterprise. Former Dragon’s Den investor, Piers Linney, joins Adam Cox to discuss ways to scale and grow your small business, and how to seek advice on external funding.
Adam Cox is joined by Steven Hiltermann – UK General Manger at room and roommate finder, Badi. Together they discuss the pros and cons of renting, and how finding your ideal flatmates could be the answer to the ever-increasing demand for living space in big cities across the globe.
Adam talks to Hannah Hawkshaw, a blogger, international speaker and founder of Social Media company Branding Marketing Results. Hannah discusses her journey from being confined to home as a result of a health condition and then using that time to become competent in blogging and social media to the point that she was being asked to do work for clients while still a teenager. They discuss the psychological principles that stop people from fully utilising digital marketing platforms and also the principles that make them so effective. Hannah shares a few tips to amplify social media for businesses large and small and talks about how this will be even more important in the future.
Adam Cox talks to international speaker, Shukeel Chohan, about how important it is to have confidence when speaking, in order to influence and generate new clients. Shukeel has transferred his one-to-one sales competence to both the stage and social media, and teaches others to do the same. Together they discuss how the terms “selling” and “influencing” mean the same thing, yet sales is seen as bad while being an influencer is seen in a positive light. Shukeel shares some tips to be more confident on stage and in using social media.
Adam talks to international speaker Ben Ivey about the nature of humans to seek gratification and comfort but rarely fulfilment. They discuss that fulfilment is and how to achieve it as well as the major obstacles that get in the way.
Adam Cox talks to comedian James Mullinger, who left the UK for a new life in Canada. While James had moderate success in the London comedy scene, his career exploded when he made the move to Canada. James discusses why Canada isn’t the land of snow and ice that most people assume it is and that, due to its size, it’s actually much more varied than most Brits would know. He reveals how his unique perspective on Canada as an outsider helped his comedy career, and explains why Canada makes such a great place for a holiday.