Adam Cox is joined by Alexandra Badita, author of Write Your Way To Happiness, to discuss how the simple act of writing can help with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression – as well as even helping to process relationship breakdowns. Plus, can writing be an effective tool for becoming more successful in finance and in business?
Adam Cox talks is joined by Lauretta Cundy, Director of Mad About My Business, to discuss the growing trend for companies to invest in Corporate Wellness. Lauretta discusses the issues that exist in companies of all sizes, and how a psychologist can help; as well as talking about the myths and misconceptions surrounding wellbeing in the workplace, and why investing in the mental wellbeing of staff could be a strategic competitive advantage.
Adam speaks to Vice President of International at Etsy, Nicole Vanderbilt, about the psychological barriers woman can experience when starting a business. Etys is a platform that enables people to create original products and reach a global audience. In contrast to most other sectors, 86% of Etsy sellers are female. Also joining the discussion is Mahri McKenzie, one of Etsy’s female online sellers, to talk about her experiences of both the opportunities – and risks – that come with being a woman in business.
In this week’s episode, Adam is joined by speaker, coach and author of 18 books, Pete Cohen. They discuss the power of inspiration and how to develop a mindset to take action, including the books and teachings that have inspired them, such as the classic book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. If you want to know how your mindset can help you make millions, this is a must listen.
Adam talks to former champion bodybuilder and Mind Body Coach, Karolina Kaczor, about how to listen to your body and follow your intuition. While discipline and hard work are often highly regarded qualities, Karolina talks openly about the consequences of switching one obsession or addiction for another – and what the world of finance and business can learn from competitive bodybuilding.
Adam talks to author and coach Fadela Hilali about the increasing prevalence of emotional eating and how we can be trapped in a desperate cycle of emotional pain which leads to binge eating and guilt. Fadela provides practical insight into how to move from eating to deal with stress, anxiety and unhappiness to a life where you feel so good about yourself that there’s no room for cake!
Following new research which reveals that two thirds of us don’t love the home we live in, Adam Cox talks to Will Jones and Andrew Weiss of BHETA. They discuss the emotional aspect of home ownership, home improvements and renting, as well as how a bit of courage and enthusiasm could be an opportunity to create huge equity in your property – and to climb the property ladder.
Adam talks to Mastanee Ati of Success Resources, the world’s largest organiser of personal development seminars, about the unconventional way that people are learning business, finance and even sales skills. Mastanee has worked with high profile speakers including Tony Robbins, Robert Kiyosaki and Les Brown hosting events with up to 10,000 attendees.
Adam Cox speaks to Emotional Fitness and Mindset Coach, Sylvana Kozak, about what Emotional Fitness is, why it is important, and how to strengthen it. This episode also explores why high performers can suffer from “burnout”, as well as the elusive magic ingredient to fulfilment.
Adam Cox discusses whether we’re mentally ready for open banking with organiser of Fintech Fortnight, Tony Rice. Open banking is the biggest shift in banking in centuries, but are we ready to handle the emotions that could go with it – like distrust, and even greed? How do we need to think about open banking to make it work for us, and what are the financial consequences of ignorance or even rejection?