I’m Steve McNulty. I’ve spent all my life fascinated by people and the incredible things they say and do. Over the past 15 years I’ve been investigating, studying and marvelling at who people are. What is their being and what makes them the way they are…each one unique.
I come from modest beginnings with wonderful parents who gave me strong values and a belief that I could do anything I put my mind to. I trod the path of grammar school, college and off to work – although a lot slower than my contemporaries. Spending the first 10 years travelling the world with my work, I returned to the UK in 1985 and have ever since been the leader of my own business or leading one for someone else. I’ve started, grown, shut down, disposed of and built businesses and enjoyed most of it.
In 2000 I started to get an interest in who we are, what makes us tick, where we are in the universe and why we appear to allow ourselves to turn pain into suffering. I believe the two are separate and this led me to train fully in a number of disciplines including: Hypnotherapy, Thought Field Therapy, Havening, Sensory Acuity, Reiki, Mindfulness, EMDR, NLP and the very powerful Psy-Tap. Much as all this fascinated me and I helped a lot of people get relief from anxiety, fear and trauma, my love was with helping people find their own solutions.
So I got myself trained, utilised all my past learning which remains fully valid, and for the past 12 years I’ve been a personal and corporate coach. In 2012 I brought mindfulness meditation into my coaching practice for both my clients and myself. In 2013, through learning about neuroplasticity whilst studying Havening, I brought neuroscience into my coaching to add to my tool box and to enhance my clients’ experience. Now I don’t know what I’ll add next but I do know that I’ll keep on learning and developing the most powerful toolkit for coaches that I know of.
In addition, I am quite creative and I have a couple of tech start up businesses I am founder of, but luckily I have great people to look after them for me.
If there’s one piece of advice I’d give to anyone of any age it is this…
“Don’t worry and don’t hurry and be sure to smell the flowers along the way” – Walter Hagan, and I’d add to it “because it’s always later than you think”.
Om Shanti – Steve