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.
Leave your worries behind you and enjoy 38 minutes of pure relaxation with Adam Cox and his soothing background music, as he guides you to breathe in calm and breathe out tension; explaining how, just as food is fuel for the body, oxygen is fuel for the mind.
We've all experienced that feeling of anxiety brought on by a lack of confidence, and young people are particularly susceptible when the new school term begins: especially if starting at a new school. Adam Cox helps both children and adults tackle it in this episode: using three key influences in building confidence - a child's mother, Roald Dahl's 'Fantastic Mr. Fox', and Greta Thunberg, he shows how to bring these sustaining resources into whatever challenging environment may confront you.
Adam Cox has based this episode of The Hypnotist on James Cameron's film 'Avatar' to experience 50 minutes in a very different place. He aims to bring you back to Earth connected, refreshed and enthusiastic, full of gratitude, wisdom and optimism from this virtual holiday.
Adam Cox challenges the linked issues of emotional and weight fluctuation to rebuild a sense of purpose and increasing confidence, showing how role models can play an important part in re-discovering stability and encouraging healthy choices
Struggling to get a good night's sleep? Do unexplained noises in the middle of the night spook you? Adam Cox uses this episode to challenge irrational belief systems of ghosts etc .., which can generate a 'flight or fight' alertness just when you need to drop off. By re-interpreting such sounds as those of, perhaps, a guardian angel, and re-visiting calmer emotional responses he points the way to more peaceful and relaxing nights ahead.
This episode uses the childhood experience of watching Star Trek and the Enterprise crew in order to resolve the challenge of gaining weight as a coping strategy: where it's used as a defence mechanism to deal with issues such as childhood trauma.