Adam Cox is joined by butcher and founder of Lamb2Ewe, Thomas Kitchen-Dunn, to look at how there have been increased demands for locally sourced meats amongst consumers and how buying directly from farmers helps to support local economies. They delve into the difference between buying directly from the source and buying from supermarkets, and buying from supermarkets can make it more difficult to know exactly where meat comes from. They discuss the positive environmental impacts of shopping for locally sourced meat and how to support local farmers.
Adam creates a hypnosis session inspired by the movie Kung Fu Panda. The hypnosis gives a sense of transformation from a lazy and distracted panda to that of a focusses and disciplined panda full of self-belief. The storylines of the movie inspire the guided visualisations with valuable lessons about determination, identity, mindfulness, courage, and of course self-belief. Great for fans of the movie or children that want more confidence to pursue their dreams and ambitions.
Author and speaker Michael Brian joins Adam Cox to discuss his new book, which showcases his journey from being a shy introverted child to a highly visible speaker and content creator. Michael shares what it's like to be introverted, why it requires effort to engage and communicate with people, and how he was able to overcome some of those tendencies to have an impact on the world.
Adam Cox is joined by the founder of the Get Unstuck Method, Mutita Panmook, who talks about how to reclaim 10 hours a week.
Mutita shares why it's important to have clarity as to what kind of life you really want, the things you can do to take back control of your life, and how to outsource to create more time for you to do what you actually want to do.
In this episode, Adam works with a man from Los Angeles, USA that can't sleep well since a night-time panic attack. He uses various techniques to break the existing patterns and associations enabling him to experience what it would be like to have anxiety-free sleep in a way that rejuvenates his body and mind. A great hypnosis session for anyone that worries during sleep or who suffers from interrupted sleep.
Adam Cox is joined by transformational leader, trainer and empowerment coach, Gina Gardiner, to discuss how COVID-19 has affected the country’s older workforce and what may stop older people from pursuing entrepreneurship. Gina explains what exactly a “maturepreneur” is, and how it is possible to build a successful business based on hobbies and interests. She also gives some fantastic tips and tricks for those looking to find new opportunities – and how to build not just a successful business, but a successful life.
Adam Cox is joined by LGBTQ educator and NLP coach, Harris Eddie Hill, to discuss their journey from questioning, to changing, their identity. Harris talks about major perceptions and misconceptions faced by transgender people, the social pressures they face, and the role of mindset and beliefs in finding the courage to engender change. For more information, go to www.mxharrishill.com.
In this episode, Adam was working with a lady that would often procrastinate or jump from one task to another. Adam uses a combination of anchoring her resourceful state of 'flow', modelling the resources from someone she perceives has the approach she desires and also includes time management principles from people such as Stephen Covey, David Allen, Brian Tracy and Tony Robbins. A great episode for anyone that wants to be more productive while still having balance in their life.
Adam Cox is joined by 2019’s The Apprentice contestant and businesswoman, Jemelin Artigas. She shares the story of her journey from leaving Venezuela as a teenager to building businesses and being authentic on national TV. Jemelin also discusses the importance of taking risks and making failure work for you; as well as the power in resilience and patience, and how to create freedom for yourself in your career.
Adam Cox is joined by the CEO of The Happiness Planner, Mo Seetubtim, to discuss how likely Brits are to stick to resolutions and goals, and the reasons many people may be failing. They look at why journaling is a great tool to plan out goals, track progress and keep motivated, improving the chances of success in the long term. Mo also gives some fantastic tips for those who never tried journaling before on how to utilise the tool to ensure future success.