Adam Cox is joined by Natasha Chetty, from London-based tuition service inTuition Clubs, to look at the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 on education. Natasha explains how tuition can be used to supplement lost classroom learning and gives some tips to parents who are worried about the amount of lost classroom time their children have had.
Adam Cox is joined by the Global Brand Ambassador for BACARDÍ, Dickie Cullimore, to talk rum for World Rum Month. They look at why rum needs its own month and why it's coming back into popularity. Dickie recommends some great rum based drinks, both for when going out on the town or staying at home. https://www.bacardi.com
Adam Cox is joined by Barry Devoy from flexible office experts, Mindspace, to discuss how hybrid working may be the future of the office in the wake of COVID. They look at some of the concerns employees may have towards hybrid work and how employers can combat these, and some of the pros and cons of hybrid work. https://www.mindspace.me
Adam Cox is joined by the Director of military recruitment agency, Ex-Mil (https://www.ex-mil.co.uk), Jean-Claude Hedouin, to discuss veteran re-assimilation for Armed Forces Day. They look at some of the key attributes military personnel possess that make them so essential to society and debunk some of the myths and stigmas about ex-military personnel.
Adam Cox is joined by Hephzi Pemberton, CEO of the Equality Group and Author of 'The Diversity Playbook', to discuss how the last year has impacted the UK's understanding of inclusion and diversity. They look at how businesses can tackle institutionalised racism in the workplace and what inspired Hephzi to start the Equality Group, in addition to discussing her new book. https://www.equality.group.
Adam Cox talks with Karen Darke, who was paralysed from the waist down at the age of 21. She has since become an adventurer, and a paralympian at the Rio Olympics, and helps others to rise from adversity. A geologist who has developed a learning process to assist human development, she describes it with the analogy of alchemy.
Adam Cox talks with Doug Vermeeren, who explains the seismic impact Covid has had on the world of work: how self-employment has become a necessity for so many, and how people have grasped the opportunities of remote working to find a new way forward. An entrepreneur coach himself, Doug describes how hundreds of millions have discovered new ways ofworking over the past year.
Adam Cox interviews Carmel Crinnion, an Australian who has discovered real healing powers. Her first spiritual experience was with an after-communion prayer during her Catholic upbringing. As an adult, she started on her own healing journey some 10 years ago; made a spiritual retreat to Macchu Piccu, and experienced a new language of healing. She now runs Sanctum Healing as a transformation coach based in Sydney.
Adam Cox interviews Scarlett O'Connor, AKA The Queen of Resilience, and Miss Atlas winner about her journey from being abandoned by a narcissistic mother and alcoholic father at the age of 12, to being in a coma as a result of police brutality to becoming a beacon of hope for many. She did'nt allow a very difficult childhood and adolescence to get her down, but has succeeded through sheer determination. A quote from the Rocky movie, 'it's not how hard you can hit, but how hard you can be hit and still get up again' describes her journey well, and she's earned the title 'Queen of Resilience' from friends and colleagues who know her well. This is an inspiring example of how everyone has great potential, and how important it is to retain a positive mindset for the future, whatever the challenges.
Adam Cox speaks with Tucker Beardon, who describes himself as a practitioner of change. He has tackled his Asberger's condition head on, moving from a state of anxiety over simple day-to-day matters like going shopping to be able to speak in public and to help others. His new booklet is 'The Five Levels Of Lucid' - lucid dreaming, which he describes as a skill, made up of the little things you practice each and every day.
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