The Adoreum Club is a global network made up of 35,000 entrepreneurs who aim to make a positive social impact in the world. In this series of thought provoking conversations we hope to shed light on the opportunity that lies ahead of us during these challenging times, how compassionate entrepreneurship is the way of the future and hopefully make you laugh a bit along the way.
In this episode, Adoreum chairman David Tabizel and co-founder/CEO Marcus Watson discuss ADD, OCD, genetics and their own personal journeys
In this episode Senior Advisor at Adoreum Andy Hart speaks to Dr Tia Kansara, CEO of Replenish Earth and Co-Founder of Kansara Hackney. Tia is the youngest to ever receive the Royal Institute British Architects honorary fellowship. An intellectual discussion about how to build sustainable cities and update outdated processes with thought-provoking questions about our relationship to our environment, our interconnectedness and how we can build a better world together.
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This week Adoreum partner Andy Thomas speaks to British author and entrepreneur Patrick Holford about how protecting yourself against getting sick is a better long term strategy when it comes to your health.
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In the 9th episode of Adoreum Conversations our Business Development Director, Katie Barker, speaks to celebrity astrologer Debbie Frank about what we can learn about ourselves from understanding our birth chart, how Venus retrograde impacts our relationships, how different signs will have been impacted by COVID-19 and what we can expect going forward.
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In this episode Adoreum Senior Advisor Dominic McVey speaks to Diana Verde Nieto, the co-founder and CEO of Positive Luxury, the company behind the Butterfly Mark; a unique interactive trust mark awarded to luxury lifestyle brands in recognition of their commitment to having a positive impact on people and the planet, providing wordless reassurance that a brand can be trusted. They discuss how luxury plays a role in global change as well as how sustainability is the only way to run a profitable business going forward.
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In this episode of Adoreum Conversations co-founder and CEO Marcus Watson is joined by Joe Cross whose documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead has been watched by more than 20 million people. They discuss Joe's extraordinary transformation, what it actually takes to change your diet and share some tough truths behind what causes illness in the first place.
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Crohn’s & Colitis UK has been the leading charity for Crohn’s and Colitis sufferers for over 40 years, the charity has grown into various different areas of the charity sector during this time. Not only are they key to providing information to those affected by the conditions, they also have a helpline service which provides emotional support as well as benefit guidance for those in need. Other areas of their work includes being invested in many campaigns and research projects to improve the lives of those living with the conditions.
They are currently facing unprecedented challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Their community needs them more than ever to help them navigate their way through the maze of information about what coronavirus might mean for them, especially if they are taking immunosuppressant drugs. Their website has received over 2million visitors looking for information and Helpline enquiries have quadrupled in the last three weeks. Helping people with the right information and supporting them through a very scary time is their focus over the next few months. We know their information and support helps individuals and they know this takes some of the pressure off hard-pressed NHS staff.
Marcus was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease at Great Ormond Street in 1982, aged 11. He was seriously ill and his symptoms had been misdiagnosed as anxiety after he started at secondary school. Marcus was apprehensive about telling people he had the disease, particularly when he was a teenager and started working, because of the embarrassing symptoms. But he has always been ambitious and didn't want people to treat him differently as he wanted to be successful and lead a normal life. In fact, Marcus has always considered having Crohn's as a super power that has driven him to achieve his goals.
Now he is older, with three resections behind him, he has three beautiful children, an amazing wife and interests in several successful businesses, Marcus wants to inspire young people suffering from Crohn's disease and let them know that even with these conditions they can succeed and achieve their dreams in life.
In this episode, we are pleased to spotlight the Crohn’s & Colitis charity as this episode is centred around diet and includes a discussion on autoimmune conditions. Should you wish to donate to this incredible charity, please see the link here:
In this episode one of Adoreum's Senior Advisors, Dominic McVey speaks to Marco Vicenzino, a global commentator bridging the gap between international business and global politics. Marco saw the pandemic coming before it materialised and today Dominic and him discuss the industries that are struggling because of COVID-19, the industries to keep an eye on and how we can't solely rely on the leaders at the top for change, it must also come from the bottom.
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This week Co-Founder and CEO of Adoreum Marcus Watson is joined by former British Special Forces soldier and author, Dean Stott. Dean shares what he learned from his training in the army, stories from when he broke a world record and hopefully he will inspire you to also explore your full potential, no matter what set backs you may have faced.
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During this episode, we are delighted to 'spotlight' Adoreum Club Member, Vertex Watches. Vertex is a family owned luxury watch brand inspired by the history of the military, of which Dean is an Ambassador. Their watches combine precise Swiss movement with a tribute to British military heritage with uncompromising quality. #PurityofPurpose
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In this episode, Adoreum Senior Advisor Dominic McVey speaks to Mike Penrose, former CEO of UNICEF and Founder of The Sustainability Group. They discuss how we are moving into a purpose driven era, why charity isn’t the answer and how refugee camps and the developing world are where opportunities lie for entrepreneurs and investors.
James Doty is a neurosurgeon, neuroscientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, bestselling author and founder of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University. In this episode hosted by one of Adoreum's Partners, Andrew Thomas, James shares how walking into a magic shop changed his life, how he ended up working with the Dalai Lama and how compassion and looking out for others can drastically change our lives.
During a crisis we find out what kind of leaders we truly are so in this episode we invited the Founder and CEO of Coaching Impact, Sara Milne Rowe onto the show to talk about all things leadership. Sara shares how to create a mantra to tap into when under pressure, how we can help others lead themselves and Marcus reminds us that what might initially be seen as a disadvantage is in fact your superpower.
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Our first episode, 'Coronavirus Unpacked' features the prestigious, Dr Sneh Khemka and is hosted by the Chairman of Adoreum, David Tabizel. From what to do if you find out you have COVID-19, where does the opportunity for innovation lie and how are you meant to handle having your kids home 24/7. We have you covered.