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Enda McNulty : Born to lead

19 May 2023 - 55 mins
Podcast Series Ready To Be Real by Síle Seoige

Topics covered : Authenticity, vulnerability, hard work, leadership, purpose, reflection, communication, effort, preparation, emotional intelligence, true success, meditation, trust, re-invention, mental health, responding instead of reacting, self-care.

In this episode I speak to high performance coach and author Enda McNulty.

Enda is married to Julia and they live in Dublin and when he played football for Armagh, he won an All-Ireland medal and an All-star Award.

Now he’s regarded as one of the top performance coaches and leadership experts in the country having worked with a who’s who of business and sporting leaders over the past 25 years.

His second book ‘Commit 2 Lead’ is out now a...

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