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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Confidence Hypnosis for Men

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Confidence Hypnosis for Men
Hypnotists often find that, whereas women are better at taking pro-active action when things just aren't right, men just internalise it. The consequence is often isolation and the lack of any support groups. Their confidence could be undermined by shortcomings in stature, health, fitness or finance — there's a host of potential worries to suppress. Adam Cox provides a range of role models to show that, whatever their circumstances, men can re-connect just as they are: no need to be assailed by insecurity. And it could be helpful if/when that insecurity leads to a mis-placed yearning for male headship.

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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Labour's Scottish opportunity, are railways doomed & is cash on the way out

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Labour's Scottish opportunity, are railways doomed & is cash on the way out
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University discusses whether Nicola Sturgeon's resignation presents Labour with the opportunity to restore its power north of the border while support diminishes for independence. Sixty years after Beeching's axe fell on the railways, are the railways dying all over again? And with cash being used less with every year and some bank branches not even accepting it, is the cashless society almost with us and what might it mean?
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Professor Tim Evans


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Ant-Man 3: Quantumania, Women Talking & Nostalgia

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Ant-Man 3: Quantumania, Women Talking & Nostalgia
James Cameron-Wilson marvels at a box office take up by 71%, with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania taking £8.8m over the weekend. Sarah Polley's double-Oscar-nominated Women Talking, with a stellar cast, only debuted at #8, although James was utterly transported, saying, "It's not often I forget that I'm in a cinema". He also reviews Italian film Nostalgia, at #29 which disappointed him, finding it atmospheric but hokey and predictable.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Rolls-Royce, BAE, Heathrow, WPP & Rio Tinto

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Rolls-Royce, BAE, Heathrow, WPP & Rio Tinto
Victoria Scholar of Interactive Investor explains why supermarkets are rationing some fruit and vegetables. She also looks at results from Rolls-Royce, the first under its new CEO, as well as from BAE Systems (increasing its dividend), Heathrow Airport, where business is picking up less quickly than hoped for, advertising giant WPP and miner Rio Tino, which has slashed its dividend.
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victoria scholar


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: The best book title ever, AI authors & self-cleaning touch screens

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: The best book title ever, AI authors & self-cleaning touch screens
Steve Caplin discusses the latest tech with Simon Rose. Apple's most famous designer has produced Charles III's Coronation logo, Microsoft's Bing AI doesn't know what year it is, Kindle's ChatGPT authors and the best book title ever, a sign language-reading app, self-cleaning touch screens for cars, a way of telling if you're overusing your voice, an alarm clock that shocks you awake and setting a spider (or lots of them) to catch a moth.
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Steve Caplin


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Gavin Oldham

Thought for the Week: Leadership in Devolved Nations

Gavin Oldham
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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week: Leadership in Devolved Nations
Just as Nicola Sturgeon steps out of Scottish politics and Rishi Sunak struggles with the Brexit Protocol for Northern Ireland, my attention was drawn to some world-leading legislation passed by the Welsh Government in 2015: 'The Well-being of Future Generations Act'. Recognising the degree to which modern society impacts the future so much more than any of the generations which have preceded us, this Act is of constitutional significance — requiring public bodies to think about the long-term impact of their decisions, to work better with people, communities and each other, and to prevent persistent problems such as poverty, health inequalities and climate change. No wonder that it is attracting interest from countries across the world, offering a huge opportunity to make a long-lasting, positive change for future generations. Background music: Celtic Impulse by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: The (Wall Street) Hits Keep On Coming (17/2)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: The (Wall Street) Hits Keep On Coming (17/2)
It was another big week of earnings results (and surprises). Jason Moser and Ron Gross discuss Shopify's guidance outweighing its results, Airbnb nearly doubling profit expectations, record revenue for The Trade Desk, shares of Roku popping more than 25%, and the latest from Marriott, Twilio, Cisco Systems, and Zillow Group. The, 19 minutes in, Jason and Ron keep the earnings coverage going and discuss Boston Beer surprising Wall Street, Outset Medical's latest results, the state of Microsoft's bid to buy Activision Blizzard, the latest from Coca-Cola, Roblox, Chipotle, and Alphabet, and two stocks on their radar: Etsy and Paramount Resources. Stocks discussed: SHOP, ABNB, TTD, MAR, TWLO, CSCO, ROKU, ZG, SAM, KO, OM, RBLX, ATVI, MSFT, CMG, SG, GOOG, ETSY, POU. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Ron Gross, Jason Moser
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Ron Gross, Jason Moser


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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Answers from Airbnb, Questions for Upstart (15/2)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Answers from Airbnb, Questions for Upstart (15/2)
If revenge travel was supposed to slow down, then AirBnB hasn't noticed. Dylan Lewis and Tim Beyers discuss a very healthy quarter for AirBnB, and how the travel company continues to grow its footprint, AirBnB's $1.5 billion "waste of capital", Upstart's not too bad quarter, and questionable use of its balance sheet, and one thing to do whenever you buy a stock. Also, 17 minutes in, Bill Mann and Ricky Mulvey look at Hindenburg Research's report on Adani Group and an historic parallel that offers some insight for today. Companies discussed: ABNB, UPST, ADANIENT. Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Tim Beyers, Bill Mann
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Tim Beyers, Bill Mann


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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: Would you dispute an inheritance if you thought it was unfair?

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: Would you dispute an inheritance if you thought it was unfair?
Where there's a will, there's often a grumble... and potentially a full on dispute. The amount of money involved in inheritances derived from even modest homes these days can be life changing and when someone feels they have been unfairly cut out or not given their dues, arguments can ensue. There's been a sharp rise in inheritance disputes, but why are they occurring, what can you do to protect your legacy and would you argue if you thought you'd been treated unfairly? That's up for discussion in this episode. Plus, will energy switching make a return, how much has an energy saving drive actually saved Simon, why is the state pension top-up system such a mess and have you got what it takes for financial independence and retiring early?

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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Wealth Twins - Hypnotic Wealth

Adam Cox
Original Broadcast:

The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Wealth Twins - Hypnotic Wealth
Spending money on clothes or lifestyle items can be gratifying, but cast your mind into the future. The value of those purchased items is likely to be near zero: it was a short-term fix! An alternative is to consider the gratification that comes from growth: something well understood by farmers and gardeners. In money terms, that leads you towards investment, and its capacity for rising value. Of course risk is often cited as the reason why people don't invest: but surely buying something which is more likely than not to have a future value is better than buying something that will have no value? What's your take on these alternative approaches to money?

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