The Smácht Guy
Who is Pádraic Ó Máille?
What the heck is Smácht?
Why is it so critical to achieve your goals?
Pádraic Ó Máille
Pádraic Ó Máille runs mastermind groups for extraordinary people committed to achieving extraordinary goals.
Smácht has helped county footballers and hurlers win All Irelands, rugby players become internationals, extreme athletes row the Atlantic single-handed, political candidates contest presidential elections, and entrepreneurs win the Ernst Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
Mostly, however, it’s helped hundreds of business owners to successfully grow, as businesses and people.
Pádraic is one of Irelands’ freshest speakers and writers on business and motivational issues. A former All Ireland winning debater and public speaker, his speeches are motivational, stimulating, and inspirational.
A B.Comm graduate from UCG, he is a qualified and skilled group facilitator who can harness the power within groups and activate extraordinary performance within members.
Furthermore, He is a past president of Junior Chamber Galway, a former chairman of the famous Galway International Oyster Festival, and a past president of Cistercian College, Roscrea Past Pupils Union.
My name is Pádraic Ó Máille. I started out in the ‘C’ class in school.
Later, I copped out of studying medicine because I was too lazy and immature to repeat one exam. I’ve struggled financially. I’ve overcome one life-threatening experience which one medical consultant described as being as ‘rare as rocking horse sh*t.
However, I’ve also successfully inspired hundreds of people who started out with little or no education; gave up on their goals along the way; survived and thrived through multiple bankruptcies; overcame life-threatening illnesses, and are now living truly extraordinary lives.
He discovered that when one or two minds collude together in the pursuit of a major definite goal, there are both economic and psychic forces that expedite the achievement of that goal. I have simply tapped into that ‘mastermind’ and put a structure on working in one.
It’s called ‘Smácht.’ Read More about Smácht here