Enda McNulty (returns): Episode 176
After the overwhelming response to his debut appearance on An Irishman Abroad last year, leadership and performance coach Enda McNulty makes his return on a vital week for Jarlath as he prepares to make the trip to America to donate a kidney to his brother Adrian. Enda discusses why he has no time for grinding axes with Joe Brolly (6:00), the baggage of defeat (23:00) and the importance of resilience in all of our lives (28:00).
As an All-Ireland winner with Armagh and now a cornerstone behind the successes of the Leinster and Irish rugby teams, Enda is in a unique position to discuss what he believes is the key change the Mayo football team needs to make. From Michael Cheika’s master plan for Leinster (49:00) to explaining why being conscientious is the key to a longer life (01:00:00) and why Gordon D’Arcy does not get the credit he deserves (01:03:00) and much more, this episode is a fascinating listen. A lot has been made of what Enda actually does with his clients. Here for the first time, as he advises Jarlath on the journey that lies ahead of him, we get a rare glimpse of the method that has brought Enda to the top of his game.
Enda McNulty's new book "Commit - Make Your Mind And Body Stronger And Unlock Your Full Potential" is published by Penguin Ireland and available in all good book stores and Ebook providers right now.
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