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Best Sean DeLaney podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Sean DeLaney podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Scott Barry Kaufman is a humanistic psychologist exploring the depths of human potential. He has taught courses on intelligence, creativity, and well-being at Columbia University, NYU, the University of Pennsylvania, and elsewhere. If that wasn’t enough he has also been named one of the "50 Groundbreaking Scientists who are changing the way we see …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Fear is a fascinating area to study: “The same areas of our brain that are responsible for helping us run from a saber-toothed tiger are alive at cocktail parties when we’re supposed to be having fun, but we’re worried about what other people might think of us”– Michael Gervais Whenever we’re in a moment that feels hosti…
 
Joe Molloy is joined by FAI Interim CEO Gary Owens to discuss Mick McCarthy's departure as manager of the Republic of Ireland.We also discuss Mick's legacy and the challenge ahead for Stephen Kenny with former Irish internationals Gary Breen and Damien Delaney, as well as the Irish Independent's Daniel McDonnell.@paddypower…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Leadership is influence and everybody has influence, therefore, everyone is a leader in one form or another “Leaders are not made in a day, they’re made daily” “You can’t grow yourself unless you know yourself” – John Maxwell You have to be aware of who you are and what you could become Success is all about Me but Signif…
 
Podcast Notes Intro Before people start investing again, the public markets need to reach the psychological bottom then the private markets need to hit bottom Long term profitability was maximized when the world was maximizing efficiency: cheaper, faster, better The world is moving toward maximizing resiliency- that is, expensive, slower, and not a…
 
Podcast Notes Intro Whatever dating style you adopt, be transparent – dating multiple people at once is okay as long as the other person knows about it Taylor’s advice for men is to not put women on a pedestal and to identify what they have to offer to women There’s an abundance of women in the world, it’s important to vet them to find the ones bes…
 
Will O'Callaghan, Phil Egan and Enda Coll get together from various locations in Ireland for the Paddy Power Half Hour, discussing the pros and cons of a potential World Cup of Premier League, the issue with the Ireland management situation and whether Premier League players should forego their wages to help the non-playing staff at their clubs out…
 
Enda Coll is joined on the line by Colm Boohig as we run through the idea of big men who are good with their feet and make a list of our favourites. We continue our LOI Legends series, former Sligo Rovers man Alan Keane joins us to discuss his career, Paul Cook and Stephen Kenny.
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways A small compliment can change the course of someone’s life Build consumer SaaS products for people in Kansas City, not San Francisco For monetization to fall into place, you HAVE to pick the right product category If you’re a founder or entrepreneur, consider seeing a therapist. Mental health is of the utmost importance.…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways 1) You don’t have to lift heavy to get big. All rep ranges build muscle. 2) Stop 1-2 reps short of failure for the best results 3) Rest & recovery days are necessary for muscle growth 4) You don’t have to eat yourself into a coma to get big 5) Steroids don’t guarantee muscle growth 6) Often, the biggest guy in the gym kn…
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's programme I speak to Lorna Tormey and Pauline O'Reilly from the Home Education Network. Both Lorna and Pauline have decided to educate their children at home and the share the experience for the benefit of listeners who might be interested in doing the same, in the immediate term or in the futu…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways During the hiring process Tucker screens candidates to see if they have a sense of humor–if they don’t it’s a red flag that means they’re likely hard to work with “It’s one of the number one things I look for when interviewing people for my company” – Tucker Max “I like money, but I didn’t get into this business to make …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways People want to be in control of their lives and right now, the pandemic is disrupting that idea and causing a spike in stress levels Fear is inevitable – but don’t be consumed by it, otherwise you live in a distorted way Remember to breathe! Be mindful: Sit and look at your own fear, don’t become obsessed by fear or push…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways (David’s Immunity-Boosting Protocol) Keep your vitamin D levels up Intermittent fast Keep your blood sugar levels low by avoiding sugary foods Quercetin(500-600 mg, 1-2x a day) Research indicates quercetin inhibits viral replication Liposomal vitamin C (500 mg/day) Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) (0.5-1 g, 1-2x a day) Data indic…
 
Former-Republic of Ireland international Keith Andrews joined OTB AM to share his experience of living throughout the Covid-19 scare, the difficulties that are emerging for him in isolation and how this may shape us going forward. In a period of alarming uncertainty, Keith Andrews doesn't hesitate to admit that he is finding these current circumsta…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Bread can be good for athletes–The glycogen stored in grains store sugar and help athletes power through intense workouts “I don’t think grains are as toxic as they’re painted out to be” – Max Lugavere Focus on your food: Research shows that if you eat while being distracted (on your smartphone or watching TV), you consu…
 
Former Republic of Ireland international Matt Holland joined Joe Molloy on the line to look back on his lengthy career for both club and country.In a lengthy conversation, they discuss his World Cup highs and lows in 2002, getting his Irish call-up from Mick McCarthy, and try to find out why managers always saw him as a leader in their teams.@paddy…
 
Dr. Michael Gervais is a high performance psychologist working in the trenches of high-stakes environments with some of the best in the world, training the mindset skills and practices essential to pursuing and revealing one’s potential. His clients include world record holders, Olympians, internationally acclaimed artists and musicians, MVPs from …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “All of us, regardless of what stage of life we’re at, have three basic needs: we all want to know that we matter, we want to be seen for who we are, and we want to know that we’re loved” – Vivek Murthy Treasure your relationships—they’re the most important thing you have “It is our relationships that are the foundation …
 
Enda Coll is joined on the line by Phil Egan and Will O'Callaghan as we look at some of the football stories from the week. We discuss Harry Kane's future at Spurs and whether he should leave to pursue trophies and the lads discuss their dream transfer between 1992 - present.
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Whether giving $1200 to every qualifying American helps the economy or not doesn’t matter. People need help. They’re scared. Would you rather be scared sh*tless with or without $1,200? If you’re an entrepreneur, think about what the world might look like post-COVID-19—what companies can you start? “Whatever idea you may …
 
Episode One of our LOI Legends series on Team 33 is with former Derry City player Liam Coyle. We chat about growing up on the Bogside during the troubles, his father who played in the 1958 World Cup, Derry's treble-winning season and the injury which almost - and did for a period - end his career.
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways A freelancer only needs ~10-20 clients to make a living No being in the past or future has your unique set of skills and experiences. You have something to offer the world. Share your medicine. Someone out there needs it. “If you don’t feel like an impostor, either you’re a sociopath, or you’re not trying hard enough” –S…
 
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