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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Niall Breslin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Niall Breslin, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Niall Breslin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Niall Breslin, often where they are interviewed.

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Niall Breslin

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Musician and co-founder of A Lust for Life Niall Breslin spoke with Brendan about rumours, truth and mental health.
Oct 10 2020 · 16mins
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Ep. 17 A Lust For Life with Niall Breslin

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In this Reboot Republic episode Rory sits down author, Co-Founder of A Lust For Life and podcaster, Niall Breslin. They discuss the wellbeing movement, the importance of managing mental health, the need to stop labeling people and the need to meet people where they are at.

Niall also speaks about how uncertainty breathes anxiety and how to address this. A very good listen.

Check out @lustforlife for more

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Sep 23 2020 · 59mins

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Ep. 17 A Lust For Life with Niall Breslin

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In this Reboot Republic episode Rory sits down author, Co-Founder of A Lust For Life and podcaster, Niall Breslin. They discuss the wellbeing movement, the importance of managing mental health, the need to stop labeling people and the need to meet people where they are at.

Niall also speaks about how uncertainty breathes anxiety and how to address this. A very good listen.

Check out @lustforlife for more

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Sep 23 2020 · 59mins
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How To Practice Mindfulness at Every Age (with Niall Breslin)

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Practical tips abound in this phenomenal episode for kids and parents alike! Bestselling author, podcaster, and mental health advocate Niall Breslin strips away the woo-woo-ness of mindfulness and teaches us how we can actually use it to improve quality of life for ourselves and our kids, especially in today’s world. Niall draws from practical, scientific, and spiritual methods to explain that we can’t keep going at the pace we’ve been going because we've got “an old brain for a new world and our brain is consistently overwhelmed.” What’s the greatest defense mechanism for that? Mindfulness. 

You can follow Niall Breslin on Instagram at @bressie and on Twitter at @nbrez.

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May 26 2020 · 21mins
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Niall Breslin

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For this week's episode of The Naked Professors, it's just the naked professor himself, Ben. Ben had the chance to sit down with our incredible guest, former Rugby player, musician, author, podcaster and mental health advocate, Niall Breslin, known as Bressie in his London hotel room for this poignant conversation.


Bressie chats to Ben about not feeling he had the language to express his feelings, education around mental health and what we can be doing to better educate the younger generation, kindness becoming radical, the power of connection, goals defining your happiness, learning to be compassionate towards yourself, and how to change the system.


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Jan 21 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Niall Breslin - It's not your fault

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Niall Breslin known as Bressie, is an Irish musician and former Westmeath Gaelic footballer and Leinster Rugby player. Breslin found success as the lead singer, guitarist and songwriter with pop band The Blizzards, as a co-writer and producer with XIX Entertainment and as a solo artist. He was the winning coach on the first and third seasons of The Voice of Ireland.

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One of Ireland’s most prominent mental health advocates and sought-after public speakers, Niall Breslin’s ability to communicate with inspiring candidness, expert knowledge and authenticity has helped to pioneer a sea change in the public perception and narrative on mental health and emotional well-being in Ireland. A dynamic, charismatic and compelling communicator, he has produced and written several documentaries about mental health and performance psychology, and has consulted with the Irish government and the EU parliament to further influence the discussion and development of future policy in the area of mental health including chairing the reference groups for the youth mental health task force.

With degrees in Economics and Sociology both from University College Dublin, a Higher Certificate in Performance Psychology from IADT and a Master’s degree in Mindfulness Based Interventions from the School of Psychology in UCD, Niall Breslin is well placed to extend his work further internationally in this space. An Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and IADT his work has been highly recognised from his peers and colleagues. 

His number one bestselling and multi award winning book ‘Me and my mate Jeffrey’ and his kids mindfulness book series “The magic moment” along with his role as founder and Creative Director of mental health charity A Lust for Life, have further contributed significantly to his standing as a key figure in the evolving conversation around mental health in Ireland. His work in setting up this organisation and driving its mission has led to numerous social entrepreneur awards including the prestigious Social Entrepreneur Ireland Impact award, The Social Innovation Fund and the Google Impact award.

Niall Breslin is also an Irish musician, an Ironman triathlete and former Westmeath Gaelic footballer and Leinster professional Rugby player, captaining the Ireland U-21s rugby team on a number of occasions. Breslin is the lead singer, guitarist and songwriter with pop rock band The Blizzards, and signed to Spirit/B-unique, home of Ed Sheeran as a song writer and producer. He was the winning coach on the first, third and fifth seasons of the hugely successful TV show ‘The Voice of Ireland’. As a solo artist he produced two Number one albums and is the owner and director of Ireland’s premier recording studio Camden Recording studios.

Breslin consults with multiple international corporate organisations and leaders, from all sectors, in the creative management of stress and the development and implementation of well-being strategies.

Niall Breslin also has just signed to international podcast platform Acast and is releasing his brand new podcast series ‘Where is my Mind” in July 2019.

Recorded: 12th September 2019 

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Sep 24 2019 · 33mins
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Episode 300 (Live from the Underbelly Festival) with Laura Whitmore, Aisling Bea, Niall Breslin, Angela Scanlon, Roisin Conaty and Bronagh Waugh

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The 300th episode of the series is like no other episode. The conversation between Jarlath and his six guests ranges from their most hilarious stories of feeling like a fish out of water abroad to questioning whether the changes that have taken place back home can be believed. Aisling Bea speaks for the very first time about making her new sitcom series for Channel 4 “This Way Up” (34:00). Angela Scanlon confesses to the mortifying downside of faking it until you make it (26:00). Roisín's Philomena Begley obsession is explored (24:00). Bronagh Waugh tries to unpick why Northern Ireland continues to be an after thought in Westminster (43:00). Niall Breslin takes us back to his first ever episode of Irishman Abroad and how it changed the conversations he was having with other men about mental health (14:00). Laura Whitmore tells of the most Irish reason for a first date fail (11:00) and how the up-skirting law change should provide us all with hope for other changes in society (49:00). There’s music from the superb singer song-writer Emmet O’Malley (59:00) for more see emmetomalley.com) and DJ Chewy Chewerson makes a special presentation to Jarlath. (Patreon Full Length Version Only).
Huge thanks to all our guests, the staff at the Underbelly, the London Irish Centre for all their help in promoting the show (https://www.londonirishcentre.org/), DJ Chewy (is available for bookings) and Emmet O’Malley for his performance on the night. Deep breath. This is an epic episode and the perfect way to mark out first 300. Thank you for listening.
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Jun 17 2019 · 1hr 13mins
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The Interview - ep. 4 Niall Breslin "Bressie"

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Interview with Niall Breslin 'Bressie' the multi-platinum selling song writer, music producer and public speaker. We speak about his Rugby career, his battle with depression and how he coped when his break up with Roz Purcell was being reported by the media.
Nov 14 2017 · 1hr 6mins
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Bressie / Niall Breslin

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This week Roísín welcomes back Niall Breslin, Bressie to most of us, whose new book Me and My Mate Jeffrey has just been released. In the book, an excerpt of which you can read in The Irish Times today, he explains his problems with anxiety, panic attacks and self-harming and the steps he took to overcome them.
Sep 04 2015 · 40mins