Adam Cox is joined by Robert Lyon, Managing Director of Playfair, to discuss the new law stating that landlords will legally need to provide a carbon monoxide alarm for their tenants from October 2022. Robert explains the dangers of carbon monoxide, and why it is so important to have an alarm, in addition to why a change in the law is being put into place. https://www.coalarmssavelives.com/
Adam Cox is joined by Omar Matadar, of Qasid Arabic Institute, to discuss why Arabic can be such a difficult, but rewarding, language to learn. They also discuss Islamic New Year, and how people across the globe celebrated the occasion. Omar also explains common words used in modern vernacular, taken from Arabic routes. https://www.qasid.com/
Adam Cox is joined by Mark Brown, CEO and Founder of Wedinsure, to discuss the trends currently occurring within the wedding industry relating to the claims people have made, and how the economic outlook of the country is affecting these. He recommends ways couples can protect their wedding day, and what to look for in wedding protection policies. https://wedinsure.co.uk/
Based on the 1937 book of the same name by Napoleon Hill, this episode takes the principles from that book — which was commissioned by Andrew Carnegie and drew on the experiences of the most financially successful people of that time — and transports them into the modern day. The absence of financial security can create misery: wealth can help people get through tough times. So this episode would be helpful for anyone looking for more financial security, and it's a preview of Adam Cox's 'Hypnotic Wealth' series.
Adam Cox is joined by John Parker, of The Arboricultural Association, to discuss exactly what the association do and how the UK's trees are taken care of. He explains next year's government 30,000 hectare tree-planting target, and why arboriculture is an important service. www.trees.org.uk
Adam Cox is joined by acclaimed chef and restaurateur from Santa Monica, Josiah Citrin, head chef and owner of the two-Michelin starred Mélisse Restaurant, and BBQ restaurant, Charcoal Venice, to discuss how to make the most out of BBQ season. He explains how he got into cooking and talks about some tricks he's picked up throughout his career as a chef. He speaks about the Friendship Cities agreement between Santa Monica and Brighton, and great food recommendations in both the UK and Santa Monica. www.santamonica.com
Adam Cox is joined by Annabel Rhodes, Founder & Director of Rhodes Skincare, to discuss how current skincare practices are harming the environment. They look at some of the myths and misconceptions within the beauty industry, and why it's so difficult to be a sustainably conscious skincare consumer. She also explains who Rhodes Skincare are, and how they help combat these issues. www.rhodesskincare.com
Adam Cox is joined by Sam Brooks and Mike Webb, from Vintage Acquisitions, to discuss new research looking at Brits attitudes towards traditional investment routes. They explain how vintage cask whisky could be a good alternative, and what to look for when investing in cask whisky. www.vintageacquisitions.com
Adam Cox is joined by Rebecca Taylor, from Aquarate, to discuss new research which revealed Brits are complacent or ignorant about hydration and how much liquids they should be drinking. Rebecca explains why there are still concerns around hydration in developed nations and who is most at risk of becoming hydrated. She also speaks about what Hydracare is, and how technology is being used to track the hydration levels in vulnerable people. https://www.aquarate.com/
Adam Cox is joined by Architect, TV presenter and writer, George Clarke, to discuss new research from Mitsubishi Electric which has shown the attitudes of the public, surrounding their eagerness to renovate homes, reduce energy bills and tackle carbon footprints. George gives tips and tricks to homeowners looking to make more sustainable home improvements and gives his opinion on the changes we can expect to see in sustainable housing in the future. www.mitsubishielectric.com
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