TRANSFORMING some aspect of your life, whether it’s your health, relationships, or mindset can seem like a gargantuan effort. Here is revealed the small — doable — steps we can take to make big changes. See the full article: How to make a New Year's resolutions that will actually stick
SITTING ACROSS THE table from Enda McNulty, I catch myself early on. We’ve all seen the clip. Hundreds of times. ’We fight for that inch’. We get it.. See the full article here: "We need to take a tin-opener to the top of our minds"
BALLS.IE – Big Interview: Enda McNulty Explains England’s Euro 2016 Failure And What Motivates The Greats
The first thing you notice when you interview Enda McNulty is the eye contact. He greets you with a firm handshake, and, when speaking, only breaks eye-contact to use something around him to illustrate a point. See the full article here: Enda McNulty Explains England's Euro 2016 Failure And What Motivates The Greats [...]
Psychologist Enda McNulty tells Joanna Kiernan about the benefits of taking a holistic approach to success in all aspects of our lives. See the full article here: #MindYourself: Benefits of taking a holistic approach to success
Ireland’s Jonathan Sexton watches training alongside scrum coach Greg Feek and performance psychologist Enda McNulty. “He talks to me like a peer and he has got my immediate respect because he knows what he takes to win. He’s easy going and he hasn’t got me on clock, but he hasn’t come to make small talk [...]
So what of it – the journey from fifth to first? Where score difference saved Ireland from the wooden spoon and just 12 months later, they were crowned champions of Europe. See the full article here: Making Ireland believe that they are winners.
After playing for one of the most mentally tough GAA teams of recent times, former Armagh star Enda McNulty has helped a generation of Irish rugby players develop a winning mindset. See the full article here: Mind on the Matter