Adam Cox explores tapping into HNWI (High Net Worth Individual) resources to develop potential coping strategies - towards spending, resourcefulness and productivity. His client in this episode, faced with a potentially lower life expectancy, is keenly aware that 'you can't take it with you' - so what are the options?
Adam Cox is joined by Patrick Wallace, co-founder of Curam, to discuss the current social care crisis and how it is impacting both the carers and those receiving care. He explains the changes that need to be made to overcome this, in addition to providing advice to both carers disheartened by the industry and those who have struggled to receive care.
Adam Cox is joined by cook and author, DJBBQ, to discuss new research from Andrew Peace Wines which reveals the UK's top BBQ faux pas. He talk's through how to pair the perfect drink to different BBQ staples and gives tips how to up the BBQ game this summer.
Adam Cox is joined by Hendrik Smedberg, Head of Intelligent Spend Management at SAP, to discuss the current UK supply chain crisis and how this is affecting the consumers. He runs through key research findings from the new SAP supply chain report and gives tips to businesses on how they can get through this.
Life plans and other expectations formed at an early age can work out very differently in adulthood, and often anxiety can result from moving goalposts. This episode uses the technique of regression to re-visit events in the past to show how although you can't predict what's going to happen, you can choose. It's interesting to reflect how this must feel for the Queen, who was aware of her destiny from the age of ten, set out her intentions in 1952, and continues to fulfill them seventy years on.
Image source: Wikipedia - Princess Elizabeth at 17
Adam Cox is joined by artist Eliza Southwood to discuss the 'My Little Masterpiece' project from Sudocrem, and how it aims to get kids more involved in the arts. She gives advise to listeners on how to encourage children to spend less time using technology and why explains why she thinks art should be implemented more into the school curriculum.
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Thomas Dannhauser, founder and CEO of Smart Start Minds, to discuss the brands new research which reveals the publics conceptions and misconceptions of ADHD. Dr Thomas explains some of the real symptoms of ADHD, and also explains how Smart Start Minds are using neurofeedback training to help those who live with ADHD.
Do your standards in general life extend into your choice of food? Excess carbohydrates and junk food can lead to excess weight and all sorts of other health problems: so extending high principles that you have in other areas can really benefit your life and help you to make healthy choices.
Adam Cox is joined by nutritionist and dietician, Helen Bond, to discuss new research from California Raisins which reveals the misconceptions Brits have about vegan food and plant-based diets. They look at the pros and cons of a plant-based diet, and Helen provides recommendations on how to ensure a balanced and healthy diet.
Adam Cox is joined by Celia Pool, co-founder of sustainable period brand DAME, ahead of Menstrual Hygiene Day to discuss the disparity in period products and the general stigma around periods. She explains the DAME Youth Board and how it aims to make talking about periods more normalised and how they are doing their part towards eradicating period poverty.
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