Adam talks to Mastanee Ati of Success Resources, the world’s largest organiser of personal development seminars, about the unconventional way that people are learning business, finance and even sales skills. Mastanee has worked with high profile speakers including Tony Robbins, Robert Kiyosaki and Les Brown hosting events with up to 10,000 attendees.
Adam Cox speaks to Emotional Fitness and Mindset Coach, Sylvana Kozak, about what Emotional Fitness is, why it is important, and how to strengthen it. This episode also explores why high performers can suffer from “burnout”, as well as the elusive magic ingredient to fulfilment.
Adam Cox discusses whether we’re mentally ready for open banking with organiser of Fintech Fortnight, Tony Rice. Open banking is the biggest shift in banking in centuries, but are we ready to handle the emotions that could go with it – like distrust, and even greed? How do we need to think about open banking to make it work for us, and what are the financial consequences of ignorance or even rejection?
In this episode of Modern Mindset, Adam Cox talks to award-winning author Tim Wotton. Tim’s book, How Have I Cheated Death? A Short and Merry Life with Cystic Fibrosis, discusses how his genetic condition gives him a unique perspective on life, work and money – with profound lessons that are invaluable to us all.
Adam speaks with Oxford University Academic Dr. Jeremy Howick, author of Dr. You and an expert on altruism and with Anne Webb, from Oxfam. They discuss why people give up their time to volunteer and whether any behaviour is truly altruistic. With a vast array of psychological, emotional, career and even health benefits they explore whether the purpose of living really is giving.
Adam Cox chats with Sam Miles, the head of production for Televisualise, a branded content company. They discuss how social media sites, especially YouTube, have enabled companies large and small to move from traditional advertising to a more subtle and less intrusive approach. From product placement to vlogging, this episode looks at how modern marketing has democratised audience engagement with tips about how to go about it for even the smallest company.
Adam talks to Richard Stead, a chemist and scientist that is creating a pioneering approach to deal with the problem of what to do when our antibiotics stop working. The head of the World Health Organisation has said that antibiotic resistance is one of the major threats to the world, and warns of an antibiotic apocalypse. Despite these grave concerns, big Pharma companies are not developing alternatives. Richard discusses why this is the case, and how it is an opportunity for both savvy and ethical investors.
Adam speaks with Philipp Hagspiel, head of product strategy at Freeletics, a health and fitness app. Why is it that many CEOs are able to find the time to exercise every morning while running major companies, and yet most of us can’t squeeze a 30 minute jog into an entire week? Philipp talks about how routines and patterns, along with connecting digitally to other like-minded people, is the key to transforming your health and fitness routines.
Adam chats with Gavin Ucko, the founder and managing director of The Happy Puzzle Company, about how learning through games and puzzles can out-perform classroom-style education. What is it about learning through play that makes it so effective, and how do you tap into the potential of people with different types of intelligence?
Adam interviews two identical twin sisters, Raissa and Joyce de Haas, who founded the drinks company Double Dutch. In just a few years they have won awards, used innovative approaches into investment and have created surprising new flavours of drinks. They discuss the emotional power of flavours and the benefits of working with someone with identical genetics.