BROADCASTER, 
EVENT HOST,  SPEAKER, COACH & AUTHOR.


As host of the critically acclaimed podcast Life Lessons: From Sport and Beyond, which uses sport to explore life’s bigger questions, and as a presenter for BBC TV and on Radio 4’s Today Programme, I have interviewed some of the world’s elite performers and most original thinkers. Now, drawing on the lessons I have learnt from them, I want to help YOU recognise the happiness and peace of mind which is ALREADY present - if you know where to look. Establishing yourself in that, AS THAT, can improve your life - and key traits including empathy, resilience, confidence and, ultimately, acceptance - of self, other, and the world invariably start falling into place, of their own accord.

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BROADCASTER, EVENT HOST, MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER, COACH & AUTHOR.


As host of the critically acclaimed podcast Life Lessons: From Sport and Beyond, which uses sport to explore life’s bigger questions, and as a presenter for BBC TV and on Radio 4’s Today Programme, I have interviewed some of the world’s most successful people. Now, drawing on the lessons I have learnt from the sporting elite, I want to help YOU show up as a champion every day. I can teach you techniques to improve your life and help develop key traits including resilience, confidence and, ultimately, self-acceptance.

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THE FIRST STEP IS ALWAYS TO ACCEPT HOW THINGS ARE, NOW.


I believe that people aren't 'broken'. They are conditioned to believe they are. That's why I make it my mission to share a fresh approach to 'self-development', inspired by insights I have gathered from some of the top performers and thinkers in the world.

My motto?

GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY

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I'm privileged to have had some incredible guests on Life Lessons: From Sport and Beyond (formerly Don’t Tell Me The Score), including World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson, 'the nation's PE teacher' Joe Wicks, double Olympic gold medallist Colonel Dame Kelly Holmes, World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward, former England captain Sir Alastair Cook, Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner... the list goes on. I also regularly speak to some of the world's top thinkers such as Head Space founder Andy Puddicombe, philosopher Rupert Spira and best-selling author and psychologist Daniel Goleman. Across more than 130 episodes, we have tackled subjects ranging from emotional intelligence, belief, fear and mental health to stoicism, addiction and non-duality. I believe the life lessons learned are universal and applicable to each and every one of us...

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"An ingenious concept where sport meets psychology. And the best of the conversations are very good indeed."

"One of the BBC’s best mental health podcasts - full of warmth and spice."

“Mundie’s show is thoughtful and warm and the conclusions it teaches throughout are often inspiring.”

JONNY WILKINSON: OBSESSION

While we explore the art of letting go of control in order to find peace of mind, we talk about the concept of pressure and how it is created by thought, not by external factors...

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DR. RUSS HARRIS: MANAGING UNCOMFORTABLE THOUGHTS & FEELINGS

Why resisting and battling uncomfortable thoughts and feelings doesn't work, but acceptance and self-compassion does. Dr. Russ Harris is the world's best-know teacher...

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KATIE WARRINER: LOVE OR FEAR?

"Why do we always have to be better than yesterday? If it's because you feel like you're not enough as you are - let's talk about that"

Katie Warriner is a performance psychologist who has worked with a dazzling array of top sportspeople, including many of my previous guests...

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BERNARDO KASTRUP: CHALLENGING THE MAINSTREAM MODEL OF REALITY

Do we really live in a fundamentally physical universe? Are we fundamentally physical beings? What if I was to suggest that this isn’t actually an accurate picture of what’s really going on...

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"Roving reporter Simon Mundie is a gem. He has an endearingly boisterous way with crowds who have camped out overnight (“you with the nose stud, come here!”) and a deadpan manner that can deceive.” — The Guardian