Prepare and focus to succeed

Getting back to basics will help us cope with our busy lives, according to Neil O’Brien, a coach, author and motivational speaker. Graham Clifford reports

17th June, 2018
Neil O’Brien, coach, author and motivational speaker

Last Sunday in Croke Park, the footballers of Dublin pummelled their adversaries from Longford in another devastating display of high octane football, the All-Ireland champions winning by 19 points to reach yet another Leinster final.

Neil O’Brien, coach, author and motivational speaker, believes last weekend’s game perfectly illustrates mental fitness in all its guises. “It was relentless from Dublin. They went long, they went short, they mixed it up, they were strong with and without the...

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