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What I Know Now aims to help you achieve your goals sooner through the insights and experiences of others, so you can become the best version of yourself and stand on the shoulders of giants.
If you are not familiar with the podcast, then this is a great place to start. This pages contains five of my favourite and most inspiring podcasts to get you started on your journey with What I Know Now.
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Frankie Sheahan, Ex- Munster rugby player and founder of Pendulum Summit shares What He Knows Now
Frankie Sheahan is a former Munster and Ireland professional rugby player who retired in 2009. After hsi retirement,he set up Front Row Speakers which is now the fastest growing speakers bureau in Ireland and the UK. Frankie’s passion for business, personal development, maximising potential and leadership also sparked the idea of The Pendulum Summit – the world’s leading business and self-empowerment summit.
In this three-part podcast, we discuss living his dream of becoming a rugby player, how to implement the 10-yard rule, building the Pendulum Summit, what advice he would say to his 18-year-old self and much more.
Keith Ferrazzi, No.1 Networker & NY Times #1 best-selling author shares What He Knows Now
Keith Ferrazzi is recognized as a global thought leader in the relational and collaborative sciences. As Chairman of Ferrazzi Greenlight and its Research Institute, he works to identify behaviors that block global organizations from reaching their goals and to transform them by coaching new behaviors that increase growth and shareholder value. He is also a New York Times No.1 best-selling author of Who’s Got Your Back and Never Eat Alone, as well as a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fortune and many other leading publications.
In the podcast we discuss Keith’s journey to now, the importance of relationships to achieve success in both work and life, why you should have the mindset to serve others and much more.
Sinead Kane, Visually Impaired Record Breaking Ultra Runner and Solicitor shares What She Knows Know
Sinead is a qualified solicitor, certified mediator, writer, speaker, elite ultra runner and PhD researcher from Cork. What makes the list of things even more extraordinary is that Sinead is visually impaired with only 5% vision. Sinead became the first registered blind solicitor in 2009 and recently became the first visually impaired athlete and Irish female to complete the World Marathon Challenge, seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.
In a wide ranging interview, Sinead speaks about living with a disability, demonstrates that anything is possible however great the odds are stacked against you, the sacrifices she made to achieve her goals, what it was like to take part in the World Marathon Challenge and much more.
Pat Falvey, High-altitude mountaineer, Polar explorer and motivational speaker shares What He Knows Now
Pat Falvey is an Explorer, Entrepreneur, Author, Filmmaker and one of the world’s most sought out inspirational speaker. Pat’s life reads like a movie script. He left school at 16 to become a millionaire and while he did just that by the age of 21, he would lose his fortune some years later. After overcoming some personal battles, he set his sights on climbing Everest. Pat would go onto climb the 7 summits twice, live and work with 32 ancient tribes around the world in the search of knowledge and the meaning of life.
In the three-part interview with Pat, just some of the topics we discuss include the importance of dreaming big, creating his own destiny to become a millionaire, The Power of Endorphins to combat depression, how success leaves clues and what advice he would offer to his younger self.
Owen Fitzpatrick, Globetrotting Psychologist shares What He Knows Now
Owen Fitzpatrick is a globetrotting Psychologist who has worked in 28 countries and has visited 100 countries. Owen does executive coaching with senior leaders across a variety of sectors. He facilitates workshops and trains people on influence, strategic messaging, leadership, behavioural economics and applying storytelling to business.
In the interview, we discuss his battle with depression and how the movie Rocky changed his life, setting up the Irish Institute of NLP, trying not to care too much about what other people think and plenty more, including what advice he would share with his 18-year-old self?