Lucy McMullen is a social media and connection specialist. Her platforms (OnlyJustLucy & OnlyJustMedia) bring businesses together and teach people how to build their brand. Lucy has an impressive resume for someone so young and has helped Pendulum Physio find its voice and its brand style.
She talks happiness, workaholism, being bullied, travelling the world, and chasing her dreams.
Laura has a strength of character that is unique in the world, overcoming grief to start a community that reaches out and helps mums. Her fitness programs provide exercise, connection, support and friendship. Check out this inspiring lady's story.
Jack talks about how he chooses his career path to suit himself - prioritising his own happiness and mindset. He brings his own unique energy to the conversation as we cover work/relaxation/life goals/dealing with injuries. He also squeezes in his love for Will Ferrell movies and his dislike (hate) of pseudoscience coaching.
Marty & Rian open up on huge issues in this episode that contains a lot of laughs and plenty of real talk. Some strong language so be warned. We discuss:
- setting up a company
- dropping out of college
- fighting big companies for your trademark
- mental health
- social media branding
- tunnel vision when it comes to your self-belief
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Zoe Allen in the PGA Teaching Pro at Lurgan Golf Club & a specialist USPGA Kids Golf Coach. She's also one of the nicest people you could meet and she talks to me about finding balance in life and her philosophy for work and coaching.
Author, broadcaster & academic. Vybarr is known worldwide for his writings on health & nature. Professor of English & Environmental Humanities at university of Kent. Featured on News & documentaries by BBC, Sky, ITV as well as Radio series for BBC world service.
Matthew McMahon is a strength & conditioning coach specialised in powerlifting. How does the fitness industry cope with the changes from COVID-19 and lockdown? Matthew chats about online coaching, keeping positive, having structure in life, and the movies of Will Ferrell.
Tips on training, avoiding injury, and staying happy. Guest Marc Beggs shares experience on working with professional rugby players at Munster and how that can translate into success for non-professionals.