Professional Rugby League player and ex-captain of Great Britain and England at international level, Jamie Peacock MBE, joins Laura to discuss how important music is to him and the soundtrack to his most memorable moments.Jamie's Song Choices:Mr Blue Sky - ELOEverywhere - Fleetwood MacDo They Know Its Christmas? - Band AidUnder Pressure - David Bowie and QueenAfterlife - Arcade FireLaura's Song for Jamie: Wake Up - David Bowie and Arcade FireListen to all of the songs featured in Music in My Life from thisplaylist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3CnUQrtZkOYb8mqaV8ddos?si=5A6DbLJiQxWW2f1hlWGTmQ ----------------------------------------------------------A Create Podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The value of observing and evaluating yourself in order to grow as a person.Unlike many athletes, rugby league great Peacock made a smooth transition out of the sport upon retiring, thanks in no small part to his ability to separate his personal from his sporting identity.He explains the importance of living your values, what sport teaches you about problem-solving, and the value of observing and evaluating yourself in order to grow as a person. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 EP05 - Staying At The Top With Rugby League Legend Jamie Peacock MBE
The Self Made Mind Podcast
We chat with Jamie Peacock MBE about his early life and how he became one of the most successful Rugby Players of our time. Starting his professional career in the Super League with Bradford Bulls before joining Leeds Rhinos, Jamie went onto captain both Great Britain and England at international level. After retiring at the end of the 2015 season he became manager at the Hull Kingston Rovers but resumed his playing career towards the end of the 2016 season. His position of choice was prop, although he played much of his early career as a second-row. He is one of the most successful players in Super League history, having won a total of nine Super League championships, four Challenge Cup winners medals, been named to the Super League Dream Team on eleven occasions and won the Man of Steel award in 2003.For any fan of the sport, you'll love this episode! Alex O'Keefe & Craig Billington - The Self Made Mind Podcast are proud partners and ambassadors of The Turmeric Co. you can get 10% discount when buying one time purchase products from The Turmeric Co. enter TSMM10 at checkout. Visit The Turmeric Co. >>> HERE
Episode 2 - Motivation & Momentum In Professional Sport with Jamie Peacock
Making Healthy Happen - Anytime Fitness UK Podcast
The Rugby League legend and former Great Britain captain talks the impact of his high-profile career on his health and his ongoing wellbeing mission. To find out about more about Jamie, his mentoring business and the ‘Be A Champion’ wellbeing plan, visit https://www.jamiepeacock.co.uk/ or follow him on Twitter and Instagram @jamiepeacock10.
On today’s episode, we’re joined by Jamie Peacock MBE, former Rugby League player, motivational speaker and mentor. During his career, he played for the Leeds Rhinos, the Bradford Bulls, captained Great Britain and England at international level, and that’s just a handful of his achievements. In 2011, he was awarded an MBE for services to the game.From the get-go, Jamie’s motivation shines through. He explains the route he had to take to break through into the first team, and how this was as much to do with his mindset and self-discipline, as his rugby skill – and sometimes even more so. Jamie’s dedication is no doubt a large factor in his continued success, on, and off the pitch.Now an accomplished motivational speaker and mentor, Jamie’s career and life experience has enabled him to share his knowledge with others, with the focus on making them better. The leadership fundamentals he gained during his time as a captain and team member, and the challenges he faced, have allowed him to build a successful empire, all based around helping others.In his own words, Jamie overcame a lack of natural “sporting” talent and became one of England’s best captains. His achievements speak volumes and his infectious energy and drive makes him a true pleasure to listen to. The overarching message is to BELIEVE - believe in yourself, play to your strengths, listen and learn from those around you, practice self-discipline, and be patient.
Episode 96 - Jamie Peacock MBE - from Rugby League Legend to business owner through going the extra mile.
Engaging People Pod
Jamie Peacock MBE is considered one of the best Rugby players of his generation and is one of the most decorated players of all time. Having had success at Bradford Bulls, Leeds Rhinos and captained England & Great Britain for 8 years. He talks about his journey as an average player to becoming one of the greats through sheer hard work. Jamie realised early that hard work was in his control & that not everyone wants to go the extra mile. Jamie is natural leader and post Rugby after a spell as director of Rugby at Hull KR he has set up his own coaching and mentoring business. You can find his website www.jamiepeacock.co.uk - make sure you check out his honours list on the profile page. We discuss his youth & where his desire & learning ability came from. We talk about the transition away from sport and how his first coaching client made him nervous! Jamie is also running & competing in huge running events for charities and in March is running the Green Man Ultra with our previous guest Simon Dent. They are hoping to raise a substantial amount for charity Green House Sports (www.greenhousesports.org). Greenhouse Sports uses inspirational sports coaching and mentoring to engage young people and improve their life chances. We partner with schools to provide opportunities for young people who may be disengaged, vulnerable or facing disadvantage to develop the social, thinking, emotional and physical skills that help them thrive. You can support the cause here - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/simonjamieforgreenhouse You can find Jamie on Twitter or Instagram @jamiepeacock10, he is on linkedin @JamiePeacock As always please do leave us a rating or review on iTunes. If you have anyone you think would be a good guest please don't hesitate to introduce them. We love you comments feedback and suggestions - write to us - firstname.lastname@example.org Our twitter handles are @samsloma & @engage_FS Our Instagram handles are @samsloma & @engagefinancial
The value of observing and evaluating yourself in order to grow as a person. Jamie Peacock is one of rugby league's greatest ever players. He captained both England and Great Britain and is one of the most successful players in Super League history, having won a total of nine Super League championships, four Challenge Cup winners' medals, as well as picking up the prestigious Man of Steel award. Jamie made a smooth transition out of the sport upon retiring, down in no small part to his ability to separate his personal from his sporting identity. Jamie learnt to be self-reflective while playing professional sport, and has taken that skill forward into the rest of his life. He explains the value of living your values, what sport teaches you about problem-solving, why facing your fear is so important and much more besides. @simonmundie
Ruck It! from Kyran Bracken & Nick Easter. The Rugby podcast that doesn't take itself too seriously! Kyran and Nick are joined by Bradford Bulls & Leeds Rhinos legend Jamie Peacock. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Rob & Danny chat to former - Bradford Bulls and Leeds Rhinos, Great Britain and England captain, and one of the games most decorated players with 9 Grand Final wins 4 Challenge Cups 4 World Club challenge wins 5 league leaders shields The 2003 man of steel Not forgetting receiving an MBE in 2012, Jamie Peacock.