I have a chat with Tipperary native Cameron Kelly, a final year student at DCU, studying law, politics and economics. We explore how student life today is very different compared to our parent’s generation and how we can manoeuvre towards the “new normal” we now face.
Please excuse the heavy breathing, this impromptu episode was recorded on my phone just after jogging along Clontarf Bay late at night! I share my number one mental exercise to help you get through these tumultuous lockdowns. Keep safe everyone. Gary
We cover 3-topics in this hour-long podcast. Suitable for audiences looking for guidance during these lockdown weeks and other coaches too!
• Coping throughout the Covid-19 Lockdown. (20 mins)
• Why we began coaching, styles and inspirations. (25 mins)
• Our favourite coaching tool to use with our clients. (10 mins)
*** Apologies for the slight lag in voices at times (this was recorded over phones, social distancing!), thankfully the bulk of the conversation is easy to follow!
We all face changes on some level, all across the world as the Coronavirus grips each nation. From cancellations to distancing from our loved ones. What could possibly be good about this time in our lives? Let’s explore.
I recently took a 2-week holiday to one of the most rural areas of Ireland and quickly realised how adjusted I had become to urban life. Trips like these are not necessary, but can help you recalibrate and centre your self. (pictured: Conor Pass, on the route from Tralee to Dingle, Co Kerry, Ireland)