Race Week 10: Steve Worrall, Rory Schlein, British U21 Champ Tom Brennan, Drew Kemp & Dan Gilks
No Brakes, No Fear. The Official British Speedway Podcast
On this weeks episode it's an interview festival..! We've got chats with:Steve WorrallMark LemonUlrich OstergaardRory SchleinPaul StarkeRitchie HawkinsAlex BradyRichard LawsonSimon SteadDamian BatesTom BrennanDrew KempDan GilkesJosh PickeringArchie FreemanTero AarnioPreviewing recent action and looking ahead to the upcoming fixtures, plus a British Under 21 Final roundup too speaking with the 3 riders who made the podium!
Tom Brennan co-founded EirGen Pharma in 2005. The company has since successfully completed the development and commercialization of many drugs in the oncology area from its US FDA-approved facility in Waterford. The company was acquired in May 2015 by Miami-based NASDAQ listed OPKO Health Inc. for $135 Million. Tom has been nominated for, and won, numerous awards. Today, Tom joins me to talk about how he lives with a glass-half-full attitude. He talks about how changes in perspective have led to changes in his motivations and interests. We discuss the importance of health and the value of small steps. We talk about why, to build grit, you need to become comfortable being uncomfortable. Tom shares how he copes with negative thoughts and offers the strategy of becoming the observer of your thoughts instead of letting them envelop you as feelings. We talk about habits, and why they can be more powerful even than your DNA in determining your health. Tom discusses his ongoing research on the benefits of intermittent fasting, and we talk about the value of pets. Finally, Tom shares his three main takeaways from our conversation. “I take time to stand back and label thoughts, especially negative ones, and try and compartmentalize them and stand back from them. And it works well because I find then, more times than not, the glass is certainly half full.” - Tom Brennan This week on In the Doctor’s Chair Adding life to your years, not years to your life Focusing on progress over perfection The value of being uncomfortable Building grit through resilience What is success Coping with negative thoughts The value of good habits Intermittent fasting and pets In the Doctor’s Chair Thanks for listening to In the Doctor’s Chair, the show where you’ll hear conversations that share life lessons, health habits, and leadership practices that focus on positive psychology, lifestyle medicine, and ways for you to live with more vitality. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a comment wherever you listen to your podcasts. For more resources to help you to live with more vitality, please visit my website. Apple Podcasts I TuneIn I Google Play I Stitcher I Spotify
Marvel Two-in-One #1 w/ Kelly Conrad & Tom Brennan
Adam is joined by comedians Kelly Conrad (NYTEShift Comedy) and Tom Brennan (Electoral Dysfunction). They discuss Marvel Two-in-One #1 (1974), which is a really great comic book but an admittedly bad pick to start this show with.
2020.28 Sure to Fall (Lord Reith) -- Tom Brennan, The Beatles, James Clarke of Abbey Road Studios
When They Was Fab: Electric Arguments About the Beatles
Spectral stereo remixes of the Beatles have quickly become a favorite amongst the WTWF crew for listening to the Beatles in new and interesting ways. This week, Tom Brennan joins the show as we discuss the technology, its origins (Capitol's "Duophonic" stereo, "Out of Phase Stereo" isolations), how it found its way into products including "The Beatles: Rock Band" and "The Beatles - Live at the Hollywood Bowl" and the amazing things the community can do with tools available to everyone!
EPISODE 3: Entrepreneur Tom Brennan shares start up insights with Louise
The Science of Business
Laois native Tom is co-founder of speciality healthcare company EirGen Pharma, and, more recently, co-founder and director of Triviumvet. In this podcast he discusses how his early career started at Clonmel Healthcare and moved to IVAX a few years later. He took a leap and set up his own Pharmaceutical company, after undertaking a part-time MBA at University of Limerick. It was there he met Patsy Carney, and Tom tells the story of they came up with the idea of setting up Eirgen Pharma together.
2020.09 For Real For Tom -- Tom Brennan, George Harrison, Dhani Harrison, Tom Petty, Ravi Shankar, Splinter, Jiva, Henry McCullough, Attitudes
When They Was Fab: Electric Arguments About the Beatles
Tom Brennan (Splinter Library, Badfinger Library) joins the show to talk about Dark Horse Records! George Harrison (and Ringo Starr) considered purchasing Apple Records for the purpose of fostering and promoting new artists, but he ultimately decided to start fresh with Dark Horse Records. This week we consider the business of the label, the artists and the next chapter as envisioned by Dhani Harrison and BMG.
Episode 3 of Big Talk For Breeders. Tom Brennan of Mill House Stud (MHS) interviewed by Michael Doherty. https://www.facebook.com/MhsIreland-301854819900558/ Show notes: Loro Piana Have A Go - https://bit.ly/2RAJIjO Royal Athlete - https://bit.ly/2s9Sqrf MHS California - https://bit.ly/2TuQdC6 MHS Prime Time - https://bit.ly/2sdq934 MHS Going Global - https://bit.ly/2AygY1I DSP Alice - https://bit.ly/2CRZxdK
Hunter rider and trainer and U.S. Equestrian Federation “R” judge Tom Brennan started riding school horses at a local hunt-seat barn in Massachusetts. As a freshman at Stonehill College, he joined the school’s Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association riding team. By the end of his college career, he had won two individual championships at the IHSA Nationals and captained his team to the IHSA team championship title in 2003. He graduated with a degree in psychology and was going to become a counselor for at-risk youth but ended up working first as a groom for champion hunter rider Tony Workman and eventually riding and competing himself, earning many championships with horses such as Dividend, Gramercy Park and Purple Heart. In this podcast, Tom shares that journey as well as his approach to teaching and giving his students confidence and the challenges he sees many amateurs riders have—riding too slow—and how overcome them. He also talks about why he thought it was important to become involved in the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association and the U.S. Equestrian Federation and gives his thoughts on SafeSport. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.