Adam Cox is joined by Anna Morrison CBE, from Amazing Apprenticeships, for National Apprenticeship Week to discuss how apprenticeships are a great alternative option for those who don't feel like other forms of higher education is for them. They look at the current accessibility issues for apprenticeships, particularly for those from lower socio-economic groups, and how Amazing Apprenticeships supports students. https://amazingapprenticeships.com/
Adam Cox is joined by TV personality Lucy Mecklenburgh, to discuss her new pre- and post-natal programme on Results Wellness Lifestyle. They discuss the main issues that cause new mothers to put their personal well-being to one side, and why it is so important for expecting mothers to take time to focus on themselves. She also speaks further about the new programme, and how it aims to help mums.
Adam Cox is joined by Fiona Hawker, from women exclusive gym chain, Curves, to discuss new research which demonstrates how resistance training is a far better way for controlling body fat than going on extreme diets or excessive cardio. They look at why weight loss alone is not sufficient for overall health, and why some women are reluctant to go to mixed-sex gyms.
Growing up in a family where there are dominant beliefs about money stress can build up a scarcity mindset resulting in a high level of caution towards both employment and investment. Such ingrained beliefs can move through generations and seriously limit opportunity. Adam Cox challenges this conditioning to 'think small', and invites you to consider whether such beliefs are limiting your potential.
Adam Cox is joined by Senior Behavioural Scientist for CoachHub, Windy Tshepiso Maledu, to discuss why so many Brits make New Year's resolutions but fail to stick to them. She explains why personal goals are important, both at work and in personal life, and how CoachHub helps people improve in the workplace.
Adam Cox is joined by Rory O'Sullivan, from award-winning Martin Miller’s Gin, for Ginuary to talk all things Gin. They discuss how the gin industry has changed over the last 2 years and what to look out for when choosing a gin. Rory also gives some great tips and tricks to recreate bar standard drinks at home.
Adam Cox takes an in-depth look at attitude to risk, recognising that undue caution can undermine confidence and hold you back from taking opportunities. In particular, moving away from steady, paid employment can present a major challenge to people's search for fulfillment: but is staying put when you feel the need to move on based on a rational risk assessment? Adam suggests exploring a different approach to discernment: either you win or you learn.
Adam Cox is joined by Judith Buckland, from Family Law Solicitors Woolley & Co, to discuss a major new divorce law change coming in April and the public attitudes around this. They look at how the change will aid people in toxic marriages and what Woolley & Co can do to help.
Adam Cox is joined by Reshma Malde, Superintendent Pharmacist at John Bell & Croyden, to discuss how the use of pharmacy services have changed in the last 12 months and how the following 12 may develop. Reshma explains why it is so important to be proactive about health and the people who would benefit most.
Adam Cox invites you to travel back to significant moments in your past, to re-visit positive experiences which could be useful in the present. Based on the film 'Reminiscence' starring Hugh Jackman, this episode takes a fresh look at regression hypnosis to offer real benefit for listeners.
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