A Whopper of a question…

Image: http://efffective.com I was asked a whopper of a question last night - Do you still believe in all this (Yin/Yang)? I was intrigued as to why the question was asked and on reflection I could see that the question was prompted by that person themselves reflecting the feeling of the masses; everything they used to Read More

Can success in your career be matched by happiness?

All of us want success and we all want happiness. In our careers these do not often come in pairs and if anything more success can bring about more unhappiness. By understanding our masculine and feminine energy we may be able to bring balance to our working lives that will yield not just success but also greater Read More

TV3 Interview – The Morning Show

This is an interesting piece that I did with Martin King and Sybil Mulcahy on their Morning Show on TV3. The part of the book that really interested them was the relationships part and in particular how you can balance your masculine and feminine energy to create better relationships. It was a great experience doing TV and Read More

YouTube video highlights of Yin Yang Complex launch

We had a fantastic night on Friday with over 120 people crammed into Dubray Books in Dun Laoghaire. We had great music from Niall Colfer and Fionnuala Gill. It was an absolute pleasure to see everyone there, my sincere thanks, Brendan. Read More

Pat Kenny speaks about the Yin Yang Complex on RTE Radio

(Click blue link below to play) Pat Kenny features the Yin Yang Complex on RTE Radio 5th January Pat Kenny gave the book a great mention on his radio show along with some other really great books. The book is available on general release country wide from the 15th of January (all weather permitting!) Enjoy and thanks Read More

So what is yin and yang?

Well yin means feminine and yang means masculine. They are terms that were first used by Taoist scholars in ancient China as a mechanism to describe the duality they saw in the world. While sometimes we think of people from ancient times as simple that would be a major underestimation. As a well respected history editor Read More