Adam Cox is joined by James Roberts, founder and CEO of mOm Incubators, and Gemma Singer, Design Engineer at mOm Incubators, to discuss how their company aims to make incubators more accessible to parents of premature babies around the globe. James speaks about his own journey, and why he came up with the idea, and they also speak further about the future for mOm.
Adam Cox is joined by Christine Gouldthorp, Consumer Expert at PriceRunner, to discuss new research from PriceRunner which revealed major concerns over pricing during Black Friday in the lead up to Christmas. They look at how concerned Brits should be about so-called ‘fake deals’ online ahead of Black Friday and is HGV driver shortages will affect prices this year. Christine also gives advice on what to do to ensure shoppers don't get ripped off while doing their Christmas shopping.
Adam Cox is joined by Jo Bryant, British etiquette expert, to look at new research released by FREE NOW which reveals the top unexpected behaviours in taxis that impact a user's rating. They discuss how taxi users can ensure they are keeping in line with taxi etiquette and how to make the journey more enjoyable for both the driver and passenger.
Taking the plunge for starting your own business or becoming self-employed can be a big challenge, particularly if you've grown up in a family where the security that comes with reliable employment is seen as paramount. In this episode Adam Cox, who's been self-employed since the age of 23, helps you to release the anchor, to tap into your inner resources and build confidence in your future.
"Awakening is not changing who you are but discarding who you are not." Adam Cox presents a short episode setting out a new formula for change. People normally associate change with additional effort and inertia often results - but what if it were a simple matter of discarding the things that we are not, but which we've accumulated over the years by habit? 15 minutes spent listening to this episode could be a real life changer for the future.
Adam Cox is joined by Clar Rosso, CEO from (ISC)2, to discuss research from (ISC)2 which shows the United Kingdom is considerably short on trained IT and security staff, and what effects this is having. They look at why the UK is in this position, and what is being done to address the issues.
Adam Cox is joined by Gad Liwerant and Markus Kangas, from My True Ancestry, for Family History Month to discuss how DNA can be used to discover an individual's past, and how we can trace back our ancestors using it. They look at what My True Ancestry is and why connecting to our past is so important.
The fear of ghosts and the supernatural often starts at childhood, but can endure into adulthood. Vivid imagination of mailicious or sinister motives can alter people's whole outlook on life, and unsettle everyday ations and behaviours. Adam Cox addresses such anxiety by building resilience and confidence: so that, even in a haunted house, you would not find it scary and unsettling. A good episode for those with a fear of ghosts - or who just have difficulty sleeping.
Adam Cox is joined by Andrew Lloyd, COO of Intelligent Growth Solutions (IGS), to discuss vertical farming ahead of COP26. They look at new research showing the public’s growing concerns towards traditional farming and how vertical farming could be the future of more sustainable food production. Andrew also explains what IGS is, and why it came to be.
Adam Cox is joined by two time gold medal winner, Colin Jackson CBE, to discuss new research released by Benecol for World Heart Day, looking at the UK's lack of understanding around cholesterol. They look at Colin's own journey with cholesterol, and how he changed his lifestyle to lower his cholesterol level. Colin also speaks about his partnership with Benecol.