Adam Cox is joined by leadership and mindset coach, Adrian Hales, to discuss holistic approaches to boosting confidence and what it means to be superhuman. Adrian talks about the different types of confidence and the fine line between arrogance and authentic self-confidence. Adrian and Adam reveal the superheroes that most inspire them, and Adrian offers practical tips for anyone who needs an immediate confidence boost.
In this episode, Adam was working with a man with a rare form of Agoraphobia that meant he got very anxious as he reached the boundary of a distance from his home. Most agoraphobics feel this way about the idea of leaving their home but for him, it was his town. This hypnosis session can be used metaphorically for anyone listening to expand their own comfort zone and to feel resourceful at the idea of doing things outside of the comfort zone.
Adam Cox is joined by mindset mentor, Malina Bien, who discusses how to become more confident – as well as the relationship between confidence and self-esteem. Malina shares some tips to immediately boost your confidence, and explains why the difference between confidence and arrogance.
In this episode, Adam creates a hypnosis session designed to help someone with a bereavement or loss of a loved one. It uses elements of imagination to resolve unfinished business or loose ends and to say the words that couldn't or weren't said when the person was alive. This session uses an innovative metaphor for the pain and sorrow of loss, to reduce the impact and to introduce more positive and resourceful emotional states.
Adam is joined by hypnotherapist and trainer Sheila Granger who discusses how she responded to the tourism industry screeching to a halt by using hypnosis to enable people to travel to exotic locations while still in their own homes. Sheila uses hypnotherapy to take clients to beaches like the Seychelles or hidden gems throughout the world. Sheila shares where the idea came from and what the future has in store for imagination travel.
Adam is joined by Sarah Clarke-Keuhn, Group Director of Sanctuary Care who discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has caused an unprecedented challenge for social care and has changed the way that care home residents live their lives in major ways. With new arrivals required to isolate prior to entering a new care home, and many being confined to a single room for up to 14 days, Sarah explains how this could have a major impact on the mental and physical health of the most venerable in our society and how care homes are adapting.
Adam Cox is joined by Florentina Ginoea, a spiritual life coach who helps men to identify their masculine archetype and to make changes in their professional and personal lives. Florentina shares her opinion that many men can feel unfulfilled in their lives, but are playing a role of the “provider” or “protector”, which often prevents them from being vulnerable or authentic. Florentina explains how she helps men to connect with their true identity.
Adam Cox is joined by Stuntman, Yoga Instructor, and founder of “The Downward Doug”: Doug Robson. Doug explains his journey to becoming a stunt man, and how Yoga gives his dangerous life balance. He talks about the mentality of taking risks, including life-threatening risks, and how it gives perspective to the other areas of his life. Doug also discusses the dichotomy of his pursuit of being a stuntman, which is considered highly masculine, and Yoga, which is thought of as a more feminine pursuit. He shares his life lessons and encourages everyone to take more risks in the pursuit of their dreams – whatever they may be.
Adam Cox is joined by influential speaker, humanitarian, and ambassador for the charity Changing Faces, Tulsi Vagjiani. Tulsi shares the story of her second-ever flight crashing in India, which led to the death of her parents and younger brother. While that was devastating enough, Tulsi then had to deal with the severe burns to almost half her face and body. This led to years of painful skin graft surgeries and extensive name-calling and bullying at school. Tulsi explains her emotional journey of resilience from feeling like an outcast to owning her scars and story, finding a purpose, and having the ability to make a difference in the lives of others.
Adam Cox is joined by Juliet Gellatley, Founder and Director of Viva!, to explain why 3 in 4 new or emerging infectious diseases come from animals – mainly from wildlife trade and factory farming.
Like SARS, bird flu, swine flu, Ebola and AIDS, Coronavirus originated in animals. 56 zoonotic diseases are responsible for an estimated 2.5 billion cases of human illness and 2.7 million deaths a year. Campaigners warn humanity will always be at risk to future pandemics while factory farms and wildlife markets continue.
In response to this, animal rights group Viva! have launched their new 3 in 4 campaign, in a bid to raise public awareness of the dangers of continued meat consumption.