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 Donal Skehan: “What really struck a chord with me is the importance of creating long-term positive habits and routines, which is something I had struggled with before”

The Irish Times/Potentialife Be Your Best programme has come to an end after nine months. Potentialife saw a diverse group of Irish Times readers and (...)

Laura Gaynor: “Where jogging is predictable, skating isn’t at all. You never know what you may encounter; and the whole sport seems to revolve around coming up with cool ways to get over obstacles. If you fall - you get back on it and keep going.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Laura Gaynor, 20 Film student When I started Be Your Best, one of my main goals was improving time management. I’m pretty disorganised! (...)

Hugo McNeill, former Irish full back and head of Goldman Sach’s operations in Ireland; Rob Kearney, current full back and Mark Cunningham, managing director of business banking at Bank of Ireland, at The Irish Times/Potentialife Be Your Best event. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Friday afternoons are not well known for peak concentration levels so it was perhaps a little ambitious of The Irish Times/Potentialife team to sch(...)

Guests attending the Irish Times Be Your Best workshop, a nine-month leadership development programme by Potentialife.

Kevin Glynn, Credit Sales, Goldman Sachs I’m just rolling into week three now of the Potentialife programme , where the focus is on health.(...)

 Attending the Be Your Best workshop in the Irish Times  were (from left): Angus Ridgway, Potentialife;  blind adventurer Mark Pollock, and Paddy Cosgrave, Web Summit founder.   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A group of Ireland’s business leaders gathered at The Irish Times to have their neural pathways realigned under the guidance of a Harvard behavioural(...)