Níall & Josie Ó Murchú were stressed, tired and sick... then they learned the Wim Hof method and their lives were transformed...
"Some people will aim for ten and get eleven. Some people will aim for ten and get eight. But if you'll always end up in that rough area, why not aim for 100?!" Today's guest is Gearóid Ó Briain. Gearoid decided he wanted to join the Irish Air Corps when he was 15. His dream … Continue reading Episode 20 Gearóid Ó Briain on What it Takes to Fly the President
"It's not about what you know, it's not even about who you know.... it's about who knows you" Kingsley Aikins (@kingsleyaikins) is the founder and CEO of Diaspora Matters. He has spent over 30 years working in 6 countries in the areas of trade, investment, philanthropy, education, culture, tourism and sport. As CEO of the … Continue reading Episode 19: Kingsley Aikins – Networking Masterclass
A few years ago, I was listening to a podcast called London Real. London Real features interviews with the most interesting people on the planet. One week, the latest episode of London Real comes out and it's this guy Philip McKernan who I had't heard of - I press play and a of a … Continue reading Episode 18: Philip McKernan, The Enlightened Hooligan
Niall Doherty writes books, build websites, and helps people get started working online. He spent 44 months traveling around the world without flying. He's from Waterford, Ireland but has called dozens of countries his home. Right now he's in Bansko, Bulgaria. Thanks for listening to Everyday People. Please rate, subscribe … Continue reading Episode 17 Niall Doherty on Travelling The World (without planes)
Earlier this year, Patricia Fitzgerald left her 27 year career as a Senior Librarian to pursue her passion... Selected Links From The Episode Connect with Patricia online: Website YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter You can buy Patricia's book here. More information about Patricia's retreats here.
If you are afraid of public speaking, it's reassuring to know that every great communicator has been in your shoes. They have felt their chest tighten and their palms sweat. Eric Fitzpatrick was no different. At the start of our conversation tells the story of his first time speaking in public: "I'm … Continue reading Episode 15 Eric Fitzpatrick on Speaking, Storytelling and Spurs
Part 1: Part 2: If you had told Andrew Considine at age 15 that we would be the first one of his class from school to get a job, he would not have believed you. In fact neither would his teachers, family or friends! And if you had also told them he would join … Continue reading Episode 13 & 14 Andrew Considine – on Achievement Verses Fulfillment
This week's episode in with founder of The Third Act, Dr Edward Kelly. The term, third act refers to the third act in our lives. The first act is childhood and our teenage years. The transition to the second act happens in our twenties. When we get into our fifties and sixties, … Continue reading Episode 12 Dr Edward Kelly on The Third Act
This week's episode is with Des Mullally. Des runs Facebook page called Dublin 8 where he collects and share stories about Dublin richest historic quarter. Ever since the Vikings first saw its potential, Dublin 8 has been the heartbeat of the city. And there's a lot here! Dublin 8 is home to museums, … Continue reading Episode 11 Des Mullally on Dublin 8