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.
Adam was working with a lady that was feeling stressed and overwhelmed at work. Often working evenings, weekends and rarely taking holidays. She had tried CBT with limited results and wanted to feel a sense of balance in her life. Adam uses various approached to help her close down open loops in her mind, as she was thinking about work even when at home or when trying to sleep. Ideal for anyone feeling stressed or over-worked.
Adam Cox is joined by hypnotherapist Derek Chapman, who discusses the approach he uses to effect change in his clients: the “Russian Doll” technique. Derek explains where the idea came from, how it works and the applications and circumstances in which it can be used. They also discuss how Derek used the protocol on Adam to enable him to make a change to his daily exercise habits.
Adam Cox is joined by Rich Turner, Senior Vice-President of cybersecurity experts CyberArk, to discuss research which reveals workers’ attitudes to work-related cybersecurity at home – and how workers can improve their cybersecurity. They look at what businesses should be doing to improve their employees’ cybersecurity, and what CyberArk can do to help prevent cyber-attacks.
Adam Cox is joined by leadership expert, Dan McPherson, discussing the nature of leadership in modern times. Dan discusses the attributes of effective leaders, and provides tips to improve leadership skills. He also shares the crucial lessons he learned in his own leadership journey.
Adam was working with a high profile London lawyer to help her lose weight. While she had very high standards in other areas of her life, when it came to food she would eat poor quality processed food, often in large quantities. Adam uses clinical hypnotherapy to help her unlock higher standards when it came to food and exercise and experience what it would feel like to raise those standards over a sustained period of time. This is a great episode for anyone that wants to lose weight to increase self-esteem and be more confident.
Adam Cox is joined by Christian Armstrong from rental property pioneers Get Living, to discuss how Brits’ attitudes towards renting have changed over the last few years, and why build-to-rent properties have become so popular. They look at the benefits of build-to-rent schemes and how the pandemic has changed the needs and demands of the renter market.
In this episode, Adam was working with a very successful former hedge fund manager who had been able to retire at the age of 40. While he was highly educated and had been very resourceful in his career he was unable to activate those resources to lose weight. Adam uses a combination of regression, resource anchoring, direct suggestion and future pacing to enable him to activate resources such as self-control, resilience, persistence, creativity and learning to help him lose weight and have fun while doing it. The ideal session for anyone that knows how to lose weight but isn't doing it.