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25 minutes | Jan 19, 2018
‘Having fun is important, life can be difficult enough’ Mick Kearney on business & rugby management
This week on The Commit Podcast with Enda McNulty, we have Michael Kearney. From early roots in agriculture, Michael went on to manage the Irish Rugby team with great success. What makes Michael unique is that not also has he achieved great success on the rugby pitch but also in the world of business with Home Instead Senior Care and Snap Printing. In this episode, Michael describes his journey from being a sports fanatic in school ‘playing pretty well, every sport under the book’, to attending agricultural college, emigrating to Australia, returning to set up a business and then eventually managing the Irish rugby team. Michael talks extensively about the importance of mental strength, ‘learning from mistakes and learning from experience is extremely important’. He also talks about the importance of dealing with your mental health early on. ‘It’s a muscle that needs to be trained,' he says. For more: mcnultyperformance.com
34 minutes | Jan 5, 2018
Let adversity be your friend - ultra marathon runner Brian Bell on challenging yourself
"The modern world abdicates responsibility, but when you're running in temperatures of -50, it's on you and only you can survive." Ultra marathon runner, Brian Bell, is a man who knows all about endurance, resilience and peak performance and is this week's guest on Enda McNulty's Commit podcast. Describing himself as an ordinary person, he does extraordinary things and pushes himself to the limit, but, he says, if he can do it anyone can. "If you're passionate and really want something you can achieve. People in Ireland can be afraid to dream and can be afraid to express it for fear of ridicule. But put it out there, dream and make it happen." For more: mcnultyperformance.com
32 minutes | Dec 18, 2017
'After a set back the next step is hardest but it's the most important one to take' Luke Fitzgerald
On this episode of the Commit to Peak Performance series, Enda McNulty is joined by former Lions, Ireland and Leinster rugby player, Luke Fitzgerald, to discuss how he coped with injury set-backs throughout his career, how he needs to impress in his first season away from rugby, and why you need to remember and focus on the things that you do well. "In the early part of my career especially, I was trying too hard to be an all-rounder," says Fitzgerald. "Instead, remember what it is that you do well and always focus on that." For more: mcnultyperformance.com
29 minutes | Nov 27, 2017
'When you quit, you're never as close as reaching your potential' Padraic Moyles of Riverdance
He's been lead dancer with Riverdance, performed over 5,500 times for the world's leading dance organisation and been at the top for 18 years. So how does Padraic Moyles maintain his peak performance? On this episode of the Commit to Peak Performance series, Enda McNulty of McNulty Performance, finds out the rituals and techniques Padraic uses to be an elite performer. "You have to question and critique yourself all the time," says Padraic. " When you quit you're never as close as reaching your potential. Don’t quit, keep the quest for knowledge alive, keep your passion alive and always strive to be the absolute best you can be." For more: mcnultyperformance.com
9 minutes | Nov 13, 2017
Enda McNulty explains Peak Performance and how you can achieve it
The second series of the Commit podcast by Enda McNulty, Ireland's leading performance coach, sees Enda focus on peak performance. What is peak performance? How can you achieve it in your work and family life? And what are the secrets to elite peak performers in business, sport, medicine, emergency services and the arts? In this series of 'Commit to Peak Performance', Enda McNulty unlocks the secrets, finding out from the best how they do it, and what you need to do to perform at your peak.
11 minutes | Mar 13, 2017
Why You Need to Just Go with the Flow
Are you able to go with the flow? Can you put yourself completely in the moment, where you are so in tune with yourself and your surroundings that it's almost as if time stands still? "It's a reminder to slow down, to be fully centred in the now. It's a special place where we need to be for optimum performance," explains Enda McNulty in his latest '10 Minutes to Commit' podcast as he gives practical tips on achieving the state of flow with ease. Commit! by Enda McNulty is available from Amazon and all good bookshops. To find out more, visit McNultyPerformance.com.
10 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
Focus on Your Signature Strengths
Do you have the mental strength to overcome setbacks in your working, sporting, personal and family life? Do you give yourself enough credit for what you're good at and doing well? In this episode of Commit! the six-part podcast series accompanying the book of the same name, Ireland's leading performance coach, Enda McNulty, discusses the importance of mental strength and why everyone needs to be focusing on their signature strengths. 'Monitor your self-talk and make sure there's at least five positives to every one negative', he advises. 'Remind yourself always what is working well, what you're good at, and focus on that.' Commit! by Enda McNulty is available from Amazon and all good bookshops. To find out more, visit McNultyPerformance.com.
11 minutes | Feb 27, 2017
Adversity is inevitable, but are you resilient enough?
We will face adversity once every seven days. It is inevitable but how we respond is in relation to our resilience. Resilience is about bouncing back from adversity and maintaining our maximum functionality. In this episode of Commit! the six-part podcast series accompanying the book of the same name, Ireland's leading performance coach, Enda McNulty, discusses resilience, what leads to resilience and whether it is innate or how it can be developed. He highlights the PERMA model to help you start, covering: Positivity, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, and Accomplishment. If we can make efforts around each of these on a regular basis, then the next time adversity does occur you will find yourself better able to bounce back. Commit! by Enda McNulty is available from Amazon and all good bookshops. To find out more, visit McNultyPerformance.com.
9 minutes | Feb 22, 2017
Maximise Your Energy to Live a Full Life
In this episode of Commit! the six-part podcast series accompanying the book of the same name, Ireland's leading performance coach, Enda McNulty, discusses the importance of energy and making healthy choices around nutrition, exercise and sleep to help live a full day each and every day of your life. 'There are no excuses,' says McNulty. 'Make a conscious decision, the next time you're in a supermarket, to eat a healthy meal, or the next time you're in the office to take the stairs. Starting with small steps will build a lifetime of good habits.'
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