I began my writing career as a journalist, contributing to a wide range of national and international titles, including The Irish Independent, The Irish Times, The Irish Examiner, The Sunday Business Post, The Evening Herald, The Christian Science Monitor and Spiked Online. I wrote on a variety of topics, including health, technology, parenting, travel, music, business, consumer issues, green issues, construction and new media. I also worked as a columnist and continue to write a weekly consumer column for the Irish Examiner. I'm also a long-time contributor to Passive House Plus Magazine, the foremost construction magazine in the British Isles.
'An onslaught of positivity from start to finish . . . Plenty [of people] will find something in it to help them along' Irish TimesAs an All-Ireland winning footballer and a successful motivational coach and businessman, Enda McNulty has an intimate knowledge of what it takes to achieve real success.Enda has worked with international high achievers such as rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll, the Le... read more
This book provides consultants with a career framework to build, grow, and transform their consulting businesses by becoming brilliant at the basics. The Odyssey process challenges current thinking and offers a methodology to help readers rise to the top of the profession by applying leading-edge techniques and methodologies.An ideal companion to the Odyssey Consulting Institute’s suite of lea... read more
High on any list of Polar explorers would be the names Crozier, McClintock, McClure and Shackleton. But how many know they were all Irish? Seek the Frozen Lands unveils an array of Irish heroes largely unknown in modern Ireland. The sage begins with Edward Bransfield, who made one of the first sightings of the Antarctic in 1820. The story ends with the heroic age of Antarctic exploration and t... read more
Gerry Ryan on life, the world, the universe - and a few things besides. Here are his experiences, stories and opinions drawn from nearly thirty years of talking to the nation. It's a sharp, punchy read all told in his no-nonsense, irreverent, straight to the bone style. It's the best, the worst, the funniest, the most outrageous. And threaded through it's the story of coming of age as a broadc... read more
When it looked like his businesses were going down the tubes John McGuire slept in his office and started a battle for financial survival.He knows what it's like to see everything you've worked for about to collapse around your ears.He knows what it's like to lie awake at night wondering how you're going to deal with the bank the next day.He knows what it's like to get up in the morning determ... read more