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“A no bullshit approach to humaning”

Niall Breslin believes in the innate human capacity to heal, recover and transform. As a life transformation expert he devotes his life to helping people reach their true unlimited potential.

Niall holds an MSc in mindfulness-based intervention, bachelor’s degrees in economics and sociology, a higher certificate in performance psychology and is an honorary fellow of both the Royal College of Surgeons and of IADT. He is also a former professional athlete, representing Ireland and Leinster in Rugby, and an Ironman triathlete.

Niall has worked closely with global leaders and organisations, Irish and EU governments, and professional athletes across a variety of sports, and world-class entertainers. His ability to communicate with vital authenticity, inspiring candidness and expert knowledge and experience in a number of fields, has further contributed to his standing as a key figure in the evolving conversation around mental health. Niall’s commitment to share his pioneering work is inspiring a paradigm shift in the public perception and narrative around the human condition and human potential.

Founded and hosted by Niall Breslin, the critically acclaimed “Where Is My Mind” podcast, is an immersive exploration into how we can better look after our heads and hearts in the chaos of the modern world. Niall engages in naturally vulnerable, investigative and generative conversations with philosophers, thought leaders, academics, scientists and musicians including Deepak Chopra, Moby, Edith Eger, Adam Clayton (U2) and many others. ‘Where Is My Mind’ regularly features in the UK and Ireland’s top podcast charts and it was the winner in the most creative podcast category at the British Podcast Awards. Niall’s other podcast “Wake Up Wind Down” is a twice daily guided reflection and meditation to start and end your day. As part of Spotify’s ‘Your Daily Wellness’ playlist, the podcast reached and actively supported hundreds of thousands of global listeners during the pandemic, reaching number one in Spotify’s US health and fitness charts. It was also nominated for British podcast of the year in 2021 & 2022.

Niall’s passion and drive for destigmatising mental health, particularly amongst young people, propelled him to co-found the award winning mental health charity “A Lust for Life’. Through their schools programme they are teaching young people to be effective guardians of their own minds and have, to date, reached over 1000 schools nationwide with the aim of being in every primary school by 2023 and embedded in the educational curriculum by 2024.

In addition to writing his award winning memoir “Me and My Mate Jeffrey” Niall has also authored a best-selling children’s book series “Magic Moments” which further promotes and educates children on mindfulness, emotions and mental health.

Niall is also a multi-platinum award-winning musician and producer. Lead singer and songwriter for “The Blizzards”, ex-coach on the TV show “The Voice of Ireland” and also worked as a producer and songwriter for Simon Fueller’s “19 entertainment”.

Niall Breslin is a lot of things: a speaker, a writer, a thought-leader, a podcast host, a philanthropist, a musician, an athlete, a polymath and a seeker and speaker of truth.