Adam talks to author and life coach Ronit Gerber about her new book, The SMILE System. Ronit discusses why many people struggle to move on from traumas or an unexpected change. They discuss the acronym and how a simple mnemonic can have powerful applications.
Adam Cox is joined by Top 50 iTunes podcaster and podcast consultant, James Burtt. They discuss the growing popularity of podcasts, and why hosting and creating a podcast can bring huge benefits to entrepreneurs and businesses. He offers some tips about how to launch a podcast and how to ensure it gets listeners.
81% of children play games online – but how can we ensure their safety while doing so? Adam Cox talks to Laura Higgins, Director of Digital Civility at ROBLOX, the world’s largest online gaming platform for children and teenagers. They discuss research that shows the fears and concerns of parents when it comes to online gaming; and Laura shares how it can be used to improve skills and learning, while also sharing what parents can do to ensure their children are safe online.
Adam Cox talks to success coach Matt McAllen about the nature of addiction. Matt explains how he hid a cocaine addiction from his family for 17 years, and how he broke his own addictive patterns and went on to help others with similar issues. They discuss how some addictions can be helpful as well as harmful, and Matt shares his advice on how to break addictive habits.
Adam Cox is joined by Brenda Cameron, a 70 year old speaker and life coach who fought back from a chronic illness that had left her bedbound. Brenda explains how she went from being unable to leave her house to doing a “wing walk” for her 70th birthday, and becoming a high-profile public speaker inspiring audiences across the UK. They discuss how age can define thoughts, beliefs and actions to the extent that it limits some and empowers others. Brenda offers some tips to help people act their age in the most inspiring way.
Adam Cox talks to transformational life coach, Ian Blunt, about how the way in which we define success to ourselves can either make us feel miserable, or empowered. He talks about how very few of us actually know what we want, which in turn can lead to frustration or procrastination. Ian offers a few tips to help you clarify what success really means to you, and how you can achieve those goals.
Adam Cox is joined by consultant neurosurgeon, Adam Williams, and social worker Lynda Cooper, who suffered with chronic back pain for more than ten years. They discuss the physical and psychological issues of dealing with chronic back pain, how many medical interventions can make things work, and how new technology is giving hope to the 28 million people across the UK with chronic pain.
Adam Cox talks to Chris Bielby, Chairman of the Gas Safety Trust and Julie Connolly, a nursing lecturer from Liverpool John Moores University, about the worrying fact that 38% of the UK population don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm. They discuss the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, and the importance of having gas appliances checked regularly.
Adam Cox talks to animal educator and founder of Creature Courage, Britain Kitten. Britain discusses why so many people fear animals, as well as which animals are most likely to cause a negative reaction in people. She shares how fears, and even phobias, can be eliminated – and how her collection of tarantulas is helping cure arachnophobes across the UK.
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.