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"The SCS Research Podcast: Ní hansae/Not difficult" is the podcast of the School of Celtic Studies at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS). https://www.dias.ie/series/ni-hansae/ Ní hansae is Old Irish for ‘not difficult’, which is precisely what you will think after having heard the researchers explaining their research in their own words on this podcast. In each episode, O'Donovan Scholar Nike Stam will throw questions in Old Irish at her coworkers, but not to worry, they will answe ...
 
Candid interviews with successful Self-starters. On Build It. They'll Come, you'll hear from some amazing Australian entrepreneurs who bet big to build great businesses. Journalist Helen Dalley interviews business innovators and visionaries on how they turned their lightbulb idea into a viable, sustainable enterprise. This podcast is about the human face behind taking a simple idea and turning it into a business or movement. It's the beating heart behind what it takes to build an empire, fro ...
 
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Ger's website: http://gerobrien.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gerobriencork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gerobriencork/?hl=en Support us by donating to PayPal at paypal.me/twonorries or by signing up to our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thetwonorries Thanks to all who already do, you make the show possible.…
 
Managing the rapid scale-up of fast-growing Zip Co meant co-founder & CEO Larry Diamond instigated a culture of Building and Flying at the exact same time; find out how such a high-wire act meant Diamond and his team often came close to falling over, thinking they might have to close their doors. In the early days, surprisingly they had no retail e…
 
Huge thank you to Patrick for coming to Cork to meet us and being so open with us. We wish him all the best in his studies at Maynooth University. If you are a fan of the podcast please consider supporting us via Patreon: www.patreon.com/thetwonorries or PayPal paypal.me/twonorries You can contact us at contact@thetwonorriespodcast.com or follow us…
 
Part 1 -When Larry Diamond came up with his idea for a new payment method he wanted with a passion to disrupt existing payment systems, particularly credit cards, that had a stranglehold on the online space, but were clunky and un-user friendly in his view. Pitching his idea to would-be investors, they sort of metaphorically patted him on the head …
 
On this episode we're joined by entrepreneur and mentor, Stevey J, who is an Armagh man with a remarkable story of success. Stevey built a hugely successful business by the age of 25 and also went on to run 100 marathons in 100 days plus set a Guinness World record. He now operates as a mentor for businesspeople, athletes, recording artists and mor…
 
Richard Sattler’s entrepreneurial journey from Tassy farmer to owner of world-class golf courses was far from straightforward… there were lots of bunkers and bogeys (to go with the golfing metaphor) thrown up in his path. After creating the almost instantly successful Barnbougle links course – attracting golf enthusiasts from the mainland as well a…
 
On this episode we're joined by community activist, community worker and Criminologist Trina O'Connor who travelled all the way down from Dublin to join us. Trina speaks about many important issues in this episode including homelessness, crime in Ireland and social issues that face many people. We would like to thank Trina for all her hard work and…
 
To mark the first birthday of the podcast we invited a good friend of the show, Dr. Sharon Lambert, back to speak to us as we celebrate 12 months of growing success. If you are a fan of the podcast please consider supporting us via Patreon: www.patreon.com/thetwonorries You can also contact us at contact@thetwonorriespodcast.com or follow us on soc…
 
How non-golf player Richard Sattler saw the potential & seized the opportunity to transform his cattle & potato farm into one of the best champion links golf courses in the world. The former shearer, who’d never played golf before, took a massive risk on backing the idea of developing a top-quality links course amongst the pristine sand dunes of hi…
 
On this weeks episode we're joined by Irish Thai Boxing champion Aaron McGahey and Gillian Butler. Aaron speaks about a condition he has called Ulcerative colitis, which Gillian also suffers from, which is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes inflammation and ulcers in your digestive tract, your large intestine (colon) and rectum. During…
 
When Liz Ann Macgregor was lured from the UK to take on the job of turning around & re-building the moribund Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in 1999, she knew it would be a massive financial challenge. As a kid growing up in remote Orkney Islands in northern Scotland she had experience on the margins, so she figured how hard could a museum be, at …
 
On this weeks episode we're joined by the wonderful Anne-Marie Qulligan and the return of James' wife, Gillian Butler. Anne-Marie is a social care worker and proud Traveller woman and herself and Gillian talk about their experiences of growing up, their lives in education and the day to day difficulties Travellers experience in the world due to rac…
 
In this episode we speak to clinical hypnotherapist, best-selling author and speaker Fiona Brennan. You can get links to Fiona's books, workshops and videos here: https://thepositivehabit.com/about/ Thank you for listening to our podcast and if you would like to support us please visit our Patreon at www.patreon.com/thetwonorries - thank you. You c…
 
Tony Nash’s school & uni life didn’t work out the way he had planned. While he knew he wasn’t studious, didn’t concentrate, he equally understood he had enormous stores of passion, energy and enthusiasm when it came to a project he wanted to pursue. When it came to creating e-commerce bookselling site, Booktopia, initially from a tiny office in sub…
 
On this episode we're joined by our first repeat guest, Susan Walsh, who featured previously on Episode #18 via Zoom. Susan is back again to meet us in the flesh and she brought her husband Mark along to talk about alcoholism, the red flags family members and partners should look out for and what it's like for loved ones on the other side of addict…
 
Despite dropping out of university, having no publishing experience and not even being a book lover, Tony Nash decided he could take a punt on the commercial possibilities he saw in online book-selling, in the internet’s infancy. Shrugging off the risks of going up against the already dominant player in that same market – Amazon – Tony convinced a …
 
***This episode of the Two Norries Podcast contains sensitive material that may be upsetting to some people. - Listener discretion is advised.*** On this episode we are joined by Dubliner Mick Finnegan who speaks about his experiences of growing up in inner city Dublin, living on the streets, sexual assault, his recovery and life in Trinity College…
 
Michael talks about growing up in Belfast, the son of an RUC officer, getting involved in drug trafficking in South Africa and finding his way out of the madness through education. You can connect with Michael on Twitter @MicsIrwin Please consider supporting us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thetwonorries Contact us at contact@thetwonorriespo…
 
After 17 years building up their Aconex software platform into a globally renowned game-changer for construction & infrastructure process & document management, founders Leigh Jasper & Rob Phillpot knew they needed access to more capital to continue growing worldwide. But when they took Aconex public in 2014, life as a publicly-listed company dealt…
 
In this weeks episode we spoke to Limerick man Joe Slattery about his experience of growing up in South Hill, Limerick, his life in education and his role in Equine Assisted Therapy. You can learn more about Joe here from his Ted Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/joe_slattery_how_horses_can_help_us_to_find_the_answers_from_within If you would like to…
 
Thanks to Martin for kindly sharing his experiences with us. If you'd like to contact Martin and help out Tortoise Shack then head over to their Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tortoiseshack/ And as always, we can be supported on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/thetwonorriesBy James and Timmy
 
It was an honour for us to have Dr. Gabor Mate on our podcast. He is a complete gent, soft and humble and met our expectations and more. You can see a list of his books here: https://drgabormate.com/book/ Check out his free videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsRF06lSFA8zV9L8_x9jzIA If you would like to help us out consider donating a few…
 
In this episode we speak to Chloe Sheehan who developed Alopecia in her early 20s. Chloe speaks about the struggles, stigma and effects of having alopecia as well as why she turned to social media to educate and support people about the condition. You can follow Chloe on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/chloeshairaffair/ If you would like to …
 
When Leigh Jasper was helping out in his dad’s car business, as a kid in north-eastern Victoria, he of course couldn’t foresee that he would create and build one of Australia’s great innovation success stories of recent years. But that’s exactly what Jasper, with co-founder and long-time mate Rob Phillpot, did when the pair came up with the idea th…
 
Episode 7. Jacopo Bisagni and Teresa Lynn – Celebrating Multilingualism! Jacopo Bisagni Profile IrCaBriTT Project @IrCaBriTTJacopo on RTÉ Brainstorm Teresa Lynn ProfileTeresa’s TEDx TalkTeresa on RTÉ Brainstorm Teresa’s article on code-switching, w. Kevin Scannell Jacopo’s book on the... Read MoreBy DIAS
 
When medically trained Dr Lisa O’Brien took over The Smith Family as CEO, some 10 years ago, the venerable charity was on a fairly solid footing – it had a long history with a recognisable, highly respected brand name. But to make it in the crowded welfare charity sector, genuinely addressing the real & underlying needs of disadvantaged children at…
 
In this episode we talk about all things related to probation, courts, crime, rehabilitation, community supervision, desistance, and offending. Thank to Margaret for taking the time to talk to us, we hope ye enjoy it. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel! Consider donating a couple of €'s here: https://www.patreon.com/thetwonorries Than…
 
When Olivia Humphrey decided to take on the giant and tough US market, to grow her Kanopy film streaming business into the educational and public library sectors there, she didn’t count on the often unscrupulous actions of some competitors. But armed with some private equity investment from billionaire & Phoenix Suns NBA team owner Jahm Najafi, Oli…
 
We touch on addiction, recovery, mental health, crime, offending behaviour, desistance, reintegration and much more. Join our Patreon channel to help us out and in return you'll get early access to all our podcasts. https://www.patreon.com/thetwonorries Thank you.By James and Timmy
 
While Netflix, Stan and Disney streaming services are the dominant juggernauts in the on demand, online entertainment world, a young Australian entrepreneur, Olivia Humphrey has quietly built a smaller, but no less significant player that has managed to match the big guys at their own game. What she started from the front room of her house in Perth…
 
Taxi Watch website: https://www.taxiwatch.ie/ Thanks to Derek for taking the time to meet us. Please subscribe to our channel, it cost you nothing and means a lot to us. You can also help us out by donating a couple of Euro's on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/thetwonorriesBy James and Timmy
 
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