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Understanding the relationship between confidence and educated risk-taking When I'm feeling more confident then I will take on the world! Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work as well that way. As a person who likes to find the easiest way out, no one is more disappointed than me about this. Genuine, informed confidence comes from engaging in the …
 
How to work with limitations for greater success I find it so interesting how many successful people have managed to turn adversity and their own self-limitations into something that works for them or that they can work around. We all have areas of life or aspects of our personalities that we see as not up to par. The relationship and strategies th…
 
How do we get in our own way of staying at the top? It is one thing to get to the top of your chosen profession and a whole other ball game to stay there. The majority of individuals who reach their chosen idea of success might make it, but very few actually sustain that level. This episode looks at some of the pitfalls that can get in the way of s…
 
Tuesday Night Book Club is @larrygmaguire sharing some personal learnings from the 'creativity' Remember, at #TNBK, you don't have to have read the book beforehand! Register here for the next one - https://buff.ly/2XM6lTB Join the offline convo on #Slack - https://buff.ly/2UknCSe #TNBK #Creativity #Community #Coaching #Learing #BookClu…
 
The fundamentals of doing well in life With every idea of success, you can generally find individuals who have employed different strategies to get to the same place. The great thing about books and the internet is they provide us with so much information and so many ways to get where you want to go. The downside of having the internet and thousand…
 
How to make money talks a source of joy rather than pain Money issues are one of the largest points of friction for couples. This episode looks at some of the things that can be implemented to make money more a source of joy than pain in our relationships. Couples can clash over a number of factors around money but one, in particular, is around its…
 
Letting go of perfection to enjoy our achievements Sometimes the messages we received about success in our childhood feed into our drives as an adult. Am I succeeding for me or because it is what I believe others have wanted for me? Messages like "Be Perfect!", "Mistakes aren't tolerated!" and other such versions of these mean that we can be driven…
 
How low conscious individuals use vulnerability to their advantage A small aspect of the population who aren't bothered by guilt, shame and remorse in the ways that most of us are, seek relationships of self opportunity and exploitation. Many of these individuals thrive just below the line of detection and have worked hard to get their exploitation…
 
Navigating the transition of kids leaving home When it is time for the kids to leave home and we are faced with the empty nest there are a number of elements to consider. This episode is about addressing some of the areas that you may need to plan for ideally ahead of time. How does our identity and interaction with our child begin to move from jus…
 
I recently read the book ‘The Inner Game of Tennis’ by Tim Gallwey. It had been on my list for a while. It wasn’t just to improve my tennis game, it was to see what the principles were about. To understand what nuggets were in this book that’s been around for 30+ years yet still holds true. I wasn’t disappointed. Around the time of reading it, and …
 
The importance of giving our partners a chance to course-correct Have you ever experienced or know someone who has an abrupt end to a relationship you thought was going well? It may be because you had a couple of strikes against you but they weren't communicated. In a business apart from a clear set of dos, don'ts and performance expectations, ther…
 
Tuesday Night Book Club #5 - Nine Lies About Work - Maura O'Toole I hope you enjoy the listen to this live recording. A slide deck from the session is also now available on our slack channel. If you’d like to join the club, you can register for the next one taking place on the 4th August at 8pm on this link: Register for it here – https://www.event…
 
Understanding the exploitation tactics of low conscience individuals There is a small percentage of the population that are not influenced as much as the rest of us by guilt, shame, anxiety, behaviourally appropriate boundaries, remorse and excessive empathy. Whilst they are small in number if you are unfortunate enough to find yourself entangled w…
 
Dealing with habitual boundary violators The irony is that the individuals that we deal with in our business and personal lives that we most need firm boundaries with are the people who are most likely to completely ignore our boundaries. The majority of the population respond well to boundary clarification and are willing to work towards better mo…
 
Tuesday Night Book Club #4 - Atomic Habits - Author - James Clear - Summary by Susan Manning I hope you enjoy the listen to this live recording. If you’d like to join the club, you can register for the next one taking place on the 21st July at 8pm on this link: Register for it here – https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/tuesday-night-book-club-with-rob-dec-…
 
How to stay effective at work, and relaxed at play This episode looks at ways to help our brain assess states of effectiveness and high performance. How often are we attempting to focus on work and yet our mind is drifting off to thoughts of the weekend? On the flip side when the weekend finally arrives and it's time to relax we can't keep the offi…
 
Hi there, This was one I recorded in late February but only getting around to release now. It's an excellent panel discussion with the 3 authors. The notes below are lengthy but cover off the main points. Enjoy! Key takeaways from the interview: •Knowing what you’re for and what you’re against •Building High Trust Relations and focusing on Trust is…
 
1% Better with Sean Swarner Sean Swarner is a philanthropist, an author, and keynote speaker.He is a two-time terminal-cancer survivor who has dedicated his life to helping others reach their full potential He was voted One of the Top 8 Most Inspirational People of All Time Check out more on his sites: www.seanswarner.com | www.cancerclimber.org En…
 
Tuesday Night Book Club #3 – The New New Thing - Author Michael Lewis - Summary by John O'Sullivan I hope you enjoy the listen to this live recording. If you’d like to join the club, you can register for the next one taking place on the 7th Julyat 8pm on this link: Register for it here – https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/tuesday-night-book-club-with-rob-…
 
Why keeping promises is vital for relationship health Sometimes we make vows or our partner does, to do better in the relationship going forward. Great sentiment but with no substance on exactly how that looks, time and time again we can be left feeling deflated as nothing actually changes! This leads to resentment which can be a relationship and p…
 
Hi again & welcome to the series on Emotional Intelligence. In this one on Self-Esteem, I cover: 0 to 1:30m - Introduction to what is self-esteem, Inner critic, imposter syndrome 1:30 -3:15 - The history of Self-esteem & where the movement began with Nathaniel Branden & Rosenberg 3:20 – 5:15 - What is Self-Esteem & the Self-Esteem scale – made up o…
 
Effectively addressing the effects of childhood trauma If you grew up in an unhealthy family system of one form or another then you need to adapt and mould to try to survive your childhood. Some of those adaptations can end up being assets later however some get in the way of living a fulfilling and successful life as an adult. This episode looks a…
 
Karim Nurani is an entrepreneur, investor, and chief strategy officer of Linqto, a leading platform providing liquidity in the private sector. He has 30 years of experience in new business development with a focus on strategy and business transformation. As a visionary who can assess business models from the perspectives of both an executive and in…
 
4 essential areas that keep a relationship on track Modern relationships are challenging and there are some many ways to get distracted and get off track as a couple. In this episode, I explore the exceptional framework of Dr Pat Allen, who is in my mind one of the most effective contributors to making modern relationships work. Dr Pat Allen identi…
 
Dealing with boundary violations in business relationships This particular expands on episode 117 by looking at boundary violations in the business setting. Depending on where you sit in the hierarchy of the business you are in will mean a potentially different approach to poor behaviour. The higher up you are the more power you have to demand what…
 
In this episode, I welcome back Josh Quigley to the show. Our first chat was in Feb/March 2018. Now, two years on, I wanted to check back in with you to see what’s been going on since. As you will hear, it’s been an eventful 2 years. We cover a lot. Here’s a summary: •A quick recap on Josh’s background. •Successful Young Employee, •Suicide Attempt …
 
Hi again & welcome to the series on Emotional Intelligence. In this one on Self-Confidence, I cover: •0 – 8:10 – The Introduction and definitions on Self-confidence, Self-Efficacy and Self-Esteem •8:10sec – Self-Confidence & Confidence – Same or different and inward v outward •11:15 – The role of Self-Confidence in Emotional Intelligence - Am I tak…
 
This was the first live in a while and the first where we had a decent audience over zoom. Thanks to all that attended. A brief outline of what we covered below. Enjoy the interview. What was the most recent thing you’ve learned that has been useful? What was your earliest memory? What did / do you want to be when you GROW UP? Growing up, who was y…
 
This one is definitely for the times we’re in where so many people are now back on the job marketing looking for work. It many cases, they have not had to ‘do up’ their CV/resume in a long time or have had to prepare for an interview either. So, I thought it would be very worthwhile to have Lorraine Shine, Founder and CEO Career and Interview Succe…
 
Tasha Eurich, Ph.D., is an Organisational Psychologist, researcher, and New York Times bestseller. She’s the author of two awesome books (Bankable Leadership and Insights) and her TED talks have been viewed in the tens of millions of times. So, I was thrilled when she agreed to be a guest on the show. It was without a doubt one of my favorite conve…
 
Hope you’re enjoying the series so far. Up to now, we’ve covered a general primer on EI, an interview on SELF, and then 2 Parts on Self-Awareness (with another interview to come soon on this topic). Now today – it’s all about self-assessment – and finding out what your EQ (score) or in this case the ECR is. It’s very important to get a baseline – w…
 
Hi again & welcome to the series on Emotional Intelligence. 0 mins to 7:30 mins – Why it’s important and Benefits 7:30 mins to 12:30 mins – Why it’s so hard to be self-aware? 12:30 mins – 21.30 min – Concepts of interests 20:30 min – 28 min – Self-Awareness Examples 28 mins to 53 min – How to Develop Self-Awareness 53 mins to close – Wrap up Books …
 
Hi again & welcome to the series on Emotional Intelligence. Hope you’ve enjoyed the intro and the discussion on self with Zelda. Now that we’ve got Self covered, (go back and listen if you haven’t), I feel more clear on the discussion around awareness as it relates to self & the idea of emotional awareness. Psychologist Daniel Goleman proposed a po…
 
Hi again & welcome to the series on Emotional Intelligence. As I was putting together the outline of all the areas of focus for this series, it became obvious that before going into self-awareness, self-confidence and all other aspects of ‘self’, it would be valuable to dive into what is ‘self’ in it’s own right. To have self understood first befor…
 
Hi again & welcome to the series on Emotional Intelligence. In this episode, I cover the following key areas (with some rough timings). 0 mins to 3min Why is EI Important 3 mins to 20 mins – Applied EI & Examples 20 mins to 23:40 – EQ and High Performance 23:40mm – 31:51 – EQ, Ego and Leadership 31 min to 45mins – How to develop EQ samples and Wrap…
 
Welcome to Me, mySELF, & EI - a podcast series helping you better understand, control & develop your emotions, and the emotions of others! In this series introduction episode, I cover the following with rough timings: 0m to 11m –Why release a podcast on Emotional Intelligence 11m – 14m – The Story of Phinus Gage 14m to 16:30m – What is EI & EQ? 16:…
 
Darragh Greene is an Irish professional swimmer from Longford. He was the first Irish athlete to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics and will compete in the 100 meter and 200 meter breaststroke at the games. In this one we cover a lot of ground and I was very keen to get an understanding of the focus, commitment, dedication and sacrifices that Darragh h…
 
In episode 2 of Inside Living Steve Carfino and Elizabeth Mucci talk about the anxiety and challenges of homeschooling and how to address them with lessons Elizabeth learnt from 18 years of homeschooling her four children. Key discussion points: Keeping safe during lockdown The challenges parents are facing with homeschooling What parents can do to…
 
Siobhan is an accredited psychotherapist, certified life-coach, experienced public speaker, trainer and best-selling author – The Burnout Solution She helps people to overcome overwhelm, burnout and manage the demands of their personal and professional roles; learn how to embrace self-care and how to navigate living in a chaotic world; hone their a…
 
How to effectively & healthily approach boundary violations People shouldn't annoy me, treat me poorly or violate my boundaries! The reality is that from time to time people can and do. This episode is dedicated to looking at some of the ways in which we can approach this inevitable situation in the most effective and healthy way. How specifically …
 
Understanding and learning from boundary clashes In this follow on episode regarding boundary dynamics, we continue with some of the themes from episode 114 and add some extra elements. Sometimes when we have a perceived boundary clash with another person it can be truly accidental. We all grew up in different family systems and had possibly differ…
 
Reinventing an equal relationship with your children As children grow, they move through different stages of development on the journey to adulthood. As their yearning for individuality emerges and especially as they reach late teens, early twenties the relationship with them begins to change. It can be very challenging and anxiety-provoking to the…
 
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