This podcast goes hand in hand with my book, The Wisdom of Wellbeing, which shares learning, tips and experiences through stories and poetry and if what we share together can help and inspire others, that would be a gift for everyone! Hosted by Catherine Murnin
Recorded in Granite Podcast Studio
Music Credit: Pixabay
Episode 6 - Darren Devenay
In this episode, Darren Devenay, Lead Performance Psychologist with Ulster Rugby shares insights into mindset, mental wellness and learning through his journey about success and what he values as important in his life.
Episode 5 - Conor Deegan
In this episode, former Down GAA All Ireland medal winner Conor Deegan shares his story around mental health challenges and the road to recovery. We talk about loneliness, self confidence, learning to let go and accept as well as creating good habits to live an enriched life based on the simple things.
Episode 4 - Andy Waterworth
In Series Two of our Wisdom of Wellbeing podcast, the focus is on insights from men involved in sport. Episode one guest is Andy Waterworth, Head of Elite Player Development in the IFA. We talk about fear, family, values and the importance of community as it shapes our lives and the changes we experience throughout.
Episode 3 - Donna Martin
In this episode Catherine shares some thoughts on Creativity and chats with Donna Martin about adversity, mindset and goal setting. Donna also shares her Wisdom of Wellbeing on the positive power of universal laws and listening with willingness to learn and change for ourselves, not others.
Episode 2 - Deborah Boden
In this episode, Catherine shares some thoughts about Belonging and chats with Deborah Boden about self-care, connections and female role models in her life.
Deborath also shares her Wisdom of Well-being on how we can play our part in supporting good mental health outcomes across our communities.
Episode 1 - Joanne Morgan
In this episode Catherine shares some thoughts around Acceptance and chats with Joanne Morgan about change, growth in our lives and letting go of what we can't control. Joanne also shares her Wisdom of Wellbeing on end of life and planning for a good death.