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With over 20 years of experience of working in a wide range of sporting environments with athletes, teams and organisations Greg Muller is a premier human performance and leadership training coach.

Greg resides in Galway, Ireland where he is currently completing his book “In Search of the Holy Grail” detailing the principles and philosophies for success and winning.  > Read more about Greg…

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26Sep 19

CHANGE

Make no mistake we all have a choice when it comes to where we put our time and energy when it comes to making change. And with research unequivocally highlighting…

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25Sep 19

MARGINAL GAINS

Hailed as one of the key reasons behind the success of British Cycling Marginal Gains is an important principle all athletes, teams and organisations should take note of. In the…

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24Sep 19

PERFORMANCE & HEALTH

Over 2500 years ago Hippocrates said that “health is your first wealth”. Health forms the very foundation for our performance. Here are the essential elements of that health. Thoughts -…

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August 8, 1982. A line drive foul ball hits a four year old boy in the head at Fenway. Jim Rice realized in a flash that it would take EMTs too long to arrive and cut through the crowd. He sprang from the dugout and scooped up the boy. He laid the boy gently on the dugout floor, where the Red Sox medical team began to treat him.
When the boy arrived at the hospital 30 minutes later, doctors said, without a doubt that Jim's prompt actions saved the boy's life. Jim returned to the game in a blood-stained uniform.
After visiting the boy in the hospital, and realizing the family was of modest means, he stopped by the business office and instructed that the bill be sent to him.
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