Adam Cox is joined by Danial Daychopan, CEO and Founder of Plutus, to discuss all things cryptocurrency. They explain what some of the jargon means, why crypto is becoming more widely used and what the future may be for the currency. Danial also talks about Plutus, and how it aims to bring crypto to everyday transactions. https://plutus.it
Take control of changing your direction through Adam's inspiring exercise in tapping into your unconscious capabilities. The focus of this episode may be the waistline, but it reaches much further than that to leave the listener optimistic, resourceful and full of energy and motivation.
Adam Cox is joined by Aimee Radcliffe, from Bike2Work, to discuss the government’s cycle to work schemes and how they aim to get the nation on two wheels for their future commutes. Aimee explains how employers can benefit from a healthier and more active workforce, and what exactly Bike2Work is. https://www.bike2workscheme.co.uk/
Adam Cox is joined by Matt Norbury, CEO of employee recognition and support experts, Each Person, and leading stress and anxiety psychologist, Wendy Dignan, to discuss the financial vulnerability many Brits face due to the pandemic and how employers can financially support their employees. They look at how financial stress can impact someone at work and how Each Person helps to support employees.
When an approaching test will make all the difference to your work or personal life, it's only natural to feel nervous. However competent you may be, that anxiety can eat away at your confidence levels. For anyone preparing for this kind of challenge, Adam Cox addresses performance anxiety so that a more relaxed frame of mind can let your true colours shine.
Motivation is important to get things started but, in itself, it's not sufficient to carry them through to completion: what's needed for that is relentless determination. Have you experienced starting something - a project, a diet, visits to the gym - but not been able to see it through? This episode is all about building a 'whatever it takes mentality' to achieve those big goals or missions which are important to you.
Adam Cox is joined by Hannah-Rebecca Findlay and Ian Price, from Morrinson Wealth Wellbeing, to discuss how many Brit's financial wellbeing has taken a hit over the last year, and what further effects this will have on the physical and mental wellbeing of those suffering from financial vulnerability. They look at why 'money talk' is still such a taboo subject and how businesses can promote positive conversations around financial wellbeing. www.morrinsonwellbeing.co.uk
Physical clutter is often a sign of mental clutter, and this episode aims to help clear away the hoarding complex. So if you're inclined to hold onto things with no good purpose, Adam Cox may be able to help as he takes us into the home of JR Tolkein's Hobbit in order to see past all that mental and emotional baggage.
Adam Cox is joined by Natasha Chetty, from London-based tuition service inTuition Clubs, to look at the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 on education. Natasha explains how tuition can be used to supplement lost classroom learning and gives some tips to parents who are worried about the amount of lost classroom time their children have had.
It's said that more people die of obesity than smoking today: so in this episode Adam Cox sets about changing the mindset towards food. Many people become addicted to high sugar, high salt processed foods, and it takes quite a shift in attitude to become accustomed to those high in fibre and nutrients, such as vegetables, salads and fruit. Listen in a quiet place to see if you can make the change ..