We all have both good and bad memories: how often do you re-visit either? If you can focus on the former, it can lead to a sense of optimism and better decisions going forward. Adam Cox uses regression in this episode to help focus on those positive memories, so that they can act as conscious anchors on which to build better decisions for the future.
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.
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.
Do you sometimes feel that money is inversely proportional to joy? Many people suffer such a negative association with money, but the metaphor of the harvest tells us a different story. At this time of year harvest festivals are often celebrated, showing how joy, abundance - and sharing - can all co-exist. In this episode Adam talks of growth needing time to take root, and how we can celebrate the result together.
Whether you've seen the movie 'Matrix' or not, Adam Cox makes it come alive in this episode. Working on the interplay between simulation and reality, he uses the film to address the issues around making tough choices in life, and in a real-life hypnosis session.
Adam Cox is joined by WEALTH at Work Director, Jonathan Watts-Lay, to discuss new research from WEALTH at Work which shows how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed over 50's retirement plans. They look at what workers can do if they're struggling with finances, and Jonathan gives tips on what Brits can do to save more.
What's your idea of wealth? The ability to over-indulge, or to have an impact on the world? Does it estrange or embarrass you, or empower you to make a difference? Adam Cox explores this complex web of attitudes in his introduction to hypnotic wealth, and shows how generosity can dispel negative reactions.
Following in the foosteps of Dr Who, Adam Cox invites those unsure or reluctant to embrace new technology to travel in time: taking an imaginary journey back to the past, but equipped with today's tech. This episode shows how keeping pace with technological developments can provide a real competitive edge in business, and was inspired by an entrepreneur looking to build confidence in his workforce.
It's said that a high proportion of people are kept awake at night with money worries, so this episode tackles a couple of challenging areas about looking after your finances: the worry about being 'bad' with money, and how to approach the question of debt. Try listening to Adam's approach to set your mind at ease.
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