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Each week Breifne Earley chat's to some of the most interesting, motivational and inspirational people around. With a wide range of interesting guests, some who you will have heard of and more who have never crossed your radar including world champion athletes, young business people who have revolutionised their industry to people who have successfully paddled their own canoe against the tide. If you're looking for a regular dose of inspiration allow motivational speaker Breifne and his gues ...
 
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This week Breifne Earley was joined by Paul Kilgallon, an overweight guy who went through a personal transformation from 21 stone (295 lbs / 133 kg) to 12 stone and a professional journey which has led to him opening his own fitness business, Fit Kicks, a new gym in Mohill, Co. Leitrim. He talks about not being too unfit to catch his 2 year old chi…
 
This week Breifne is joined by former Irish Athletics manager, a veteran of 5 Olympic cycles, Patsy McGonagle fresh from the launch of his new book. The Donegal man shares his experience of growing up in Ballybofey with a strict pharmacist mother and an army officer father. Like most Irish families his Mother ruled the roost and he shares tales of …
 
This week Breifne Earley is joined by Michelle O'Donnell, an inspiring lady who decided she needed to change certain things in her life as she approached the half century point in her life. In October 2018 she decided to set herself a bucket list of challenges which she would attempt to accomplish to celebrate her 50th Birthday which actually occur…
 
This week Breifne is joined by environmentalist, marine biologist, surfer, author and baker Finn Ní Fhaoláin to talk about her life long travels and her portfolio career. Growing up as the child of creative parents, moving between Dublin, Donegal, Galway, Monaghan and Sligo before settling in Bundoran, Co. Donegal. After running down a blind alley …
 
After a prolonged hiatus the weekly show is back with Breifne Earley joined by a motivational and inspirational guest to talk about their own life and times. This week Breifne is joined by a League of Ireland veteran of 20 years, Raffaele Cretaro. Mostly associated with Sligo Rovers after 17 years playing for the Bit O'Red, he's currently plying hi…
 
This week I am joined by Clisare who talks about her rise to the top of the Irish YouTube community. During our conversation Clisare shares stories about how she was inspired by Jenna Marbles to create content in a similar fashion, starting with a video recreating a music festival in her house as she couldn't afford a ticket to Oxygen, how living w…
 
Irish Model & Author Alison Canavan joins Breifne Earley to discuss her career, life and overcoming addiction to inspiring and motivating others through her work. Over twenty years since she lied about her age to enter and win a modelling competition on Irish TV her career has taken her to periods living in New York, London, Paris, South Africa, Au…
 
It's a very exciting week for the Breifne Earley Show as I'm joined by an old friend, TV Presenter & Actor Laura Whitmore, to talk about her eclectic career in a rare long form interview. Laura talks about her life and career and why treading the boards as Cleo Morey in the stage version Peter James' Not Dead Enough isn't as much of a career shift …
 
This week Breifne is joined by the new director of the Sport Ireland Institute Liam Harbison. He talks about how his father's love of sport didn't fall far from the tree. A fall from a horse during a holiday in Hungary at 19 resulted in the loss of feeling below the neck for a few hours until the pain and feeling returned. The experience created an…
 
This week Chef Neven Maguire talks about forming his love of the kitchen growing up in the border town of Blacklion during the troubles in the area. Being content with his life at home in Cavan with his wife Amelda and the twins. He shares about his worst nightmare of trying to add more restaurants and not being able to pour your heart and soul int…
 
This week Laura Maisey joins Breifne Earley to discuss her upcoming adventure of Running Home From Rome which starts in September 2016. The run will retrace, in reverse, the ancient pilgrim route "Via Francigena" which was first mapped out in the eighth century from the English cathedral city Cantebury to Rome. Laura shares her story of a chance en…
 
This week's guest Bobby McCormack talks to Breifne Earley about his teenage years where dropping out at his first attempt at third level education saw him travel the globe and gain the experience that would see him create a NGO called Development Perspectives in the mid noughties. Visiting Sri Lanka immediately after the devastating tsunami in Sout…
 
This week the Queen of Europe joins Breifne Earley on the podcast to talk about her life as a champion racing driver on the European Drift Racing circuit. She tells us about the teenage transition from equestrian events into a petrol head and taking on the best of Europe. Twice the champion of the women's circuit, Murphy shares the stories about th…
 
This week adventurer James McManus joins Breifne Earley to discuss how his early years spent traipsing through the hills of Tipperary would become a life long addiction to exploration and adventure. He talks about the value of children enjoying unsupervised outdoor play and how, for him, that led to kayaking through the Grand Canyon of Asia, stayin…
 
This week Breifne Earley is joined by Galway adventurer Gavan Hennigan about how he survived drugs and alcohol addiction through his late teens and early twenties to learning to surf and starting to experience adventures most people only dream about. A decade spent working as a commercial diver on oil rigs in Australia, south east Asia, west Africa…
 
This week Jen Feighery joins Breifne Earley on the morning after the night before, yes they went on a date last night, to talk about how her first steps into the world of business as a fresh faced and arrogant twenty one year old are helping to shape her latest venture. One of the countries premier fitness instructors she used the failure of her in…
 
This week's guest gave up her career in medicine to try and inspire others to Get Up & Go through her inspirational diaries. Breifne talks to Eileen Forrestal about her complete turn around in career, leaving the security of a financially sound position to pursue her dreams of inspiring others. They also discuss how Get Up & Go publications went fr…
 
Six months after her ninth child was born this week's guest, Kathleen O'Connor, found herself diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and faced the rest of her life with the disease. Despite this setback in her life, as well as raising her young family, she chose to get involved with local charities and groups around her home town of Carrick on Shannon. …
 
This week's guest Fr. Dermod McCarthy has worn a number of different hats in his time including documentarian, kidnap negotiator, television producer, priest. He also happens to be my uncle. Once we get started with him reminding me that I haven't given him to opportunity to administer the sacrement of marriage upon me and some unsuspecting victim,…
 
On this week's show Jason Zook tells Breifne Earley about how he managed to make $1,000,000 from simply wearing other people's T-Shirts. Other ideas which have made Jason as well as selling his last name on two occasions for a total of almost $100,000 and how he sold his future to complete strangers in 2015 for $165,000. Jason will explain how he h…
 
This week's guest Edwina Guckian talks to Breifne Earley about growing up dancing around the kitchen, teaching kids through her teenage years, the All Ireland Talent Show & the Rose of Tralee. Taking the plunge to leave the classroom and her teaching job to teach dancing and perform full time was a massive step and Edwina details the process she to…
 
This week's guest John Leonard joins Breifne Earley to talk about his experiences dealing with the highs and lows of life. Despite being abused as a child by convicted child molester Fr. Ivan Payne he emerged through his school days as a athlete of some potential. Flirting with the idea of a professional soccer career he emerged as the most talente…
 
Adopted Leitrim man Charlie McGettigan joins Breifne Earley this week to talk all things musical, Eurovision Song Contest victory, the changing face of the live music scene in Ireland over the years, learning his trade playing seven nights a week as a teenager in Bundoran. He talks to Breifne about the importance of telling a story through his lyri…
 
Growing up in Shrule, Co. Mayo, Maria Walsh dreamed of winning All Ireland's more than pageants but fast forward a few years and she found herself standing with her newly acquired tiara as the belle of the ball in the Dome in Tralee. Public attention refocused on her sexuality, the first openly gay woman to have worn the crown at Ireland's most fam…
 
When aspiring Westmeath footballer Mark Rohan was paralysed in a motorbike accident at the age of 20 on the way to a football game with his local club, he quickly set his sights on being able to participate in sport again. Within weeks his parents installed a basketball hoop at home and after trying his hand at a range of sports including wheelchai…
 
Irish travel junkies Carlo Cretaro & Florence Murphy were so enthralled with the idea of permanent travel that they created a writing and content agency to generate a steady income that was location independent. All that was required was their laptops and a wifi connection. Two and a half years and countless countries on each continent later they a…
 
A professional speaker and writer on ‘motivation’ and ‘goal setting’, Gerry Duffy has a sporting CV which has seen him complete some of the hardest endurance challenges on the planet. From a swim to marathons, iron distance triathlons, 32 consecutive marathons to 10 consecutive iron distance triathlons & ultra marathons he has continuously set and …
 
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