Episode 21: TK Kader of Unstoppable on How High Achievers Can Build Businesses, Manage Burnout and Maybe Find Bliss


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Episode 19: Interview with writer and philosopher Ed Latimore on the disease of poverty, the impact of sobriety and how to be a man


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Episode 18: Darren Gavin of the Mental Health Guys blog on all things mental health, compartmentalising his life, how he sees failure, success and lots more

Episode 17: Amanda Delaney of We Can and We Will on alcohol, depression, the one obstacle almost all of us face and her friendship with God

 

Episode 16: Sport and performance psychologist, author and university lecturer Dr Olivia Hurley on motivation, the growth of performance technology and why she’s not afraid of artificial intelligence

 

Episode 15: Health and wellness therapist Sarah Breslin on quitting the rat race, mainstream vs alternative medicine, and the far-reaching benefits of a colon cleanse

 

Episode 14: Is the workplace working? Psychologist Dr Celine Mullins on how teams and organisations can make the world of work a win-win for everyone involved

Episode 13: Caroline McMenamin, trail-blazing mental health advocate and therapist, on growing up with OCD, the importance of individual identity, Irish trans-generational trauma and redefining happiness

Episode 12: Self-styled Go Getter Girl Shinjini Das on the challenges of being a global entrepreneur as an ethnic minority woman, the merits of public speaking, and how to be an introverted social media influencer