Sean Geoghegans Persona

A lot of people when creating there own very personal persona use the combination of raw detail along with various different assumptions of themselves. Raw detail could be describing themselves from what they work as, whether they are an athlete, the colours they like to wear, the achievements they have in life and right down to the simple core elements. Even a business creates a certain persona about a different product in order for it to sell in the market. They use an iconic figure or a current celebrity in the promotion of products examples of this include sporting hero Paul O’Connell.

If I was to create my own personal Persona I would say that I am a pretty ambitious person who takes each day as they come, ambitious in sport and life combined. I want to achieve the best degree I can from my college course, and play the best caliber of Gaelic football. I like to live life in the real life the best way I can describe this is if I was at a football match I would love to not only be watching it but actually playing every minute. The passion I have for playing Gaelic football and the drive to win every ball or kick a point when I have the chance can filter into my life.

Some of my colleges are writing about brand personas this week including Shane Hogan.

The Importance of surviving Relegation

There is a common factor between the two types of battles that occur in Gaelic football and Soccer. We have the battle for promotion and the title or of course the battle of saving your status in this particular league and not getting relegated.

I’m writing about the fear of relegation, the pressures involved and what all these factors mean as part of a monthly email subscription that you can have for free. To subscribe, click here.

‘The Klopp Effect’

It goes without saying that Jurgen Klopp has certainly regenerated Liverpool’s season which was going downhill, a club that sorely were lacking in direction and drive in the final stages of Brendan Rogers reign as manager. Liverpool seem to be re-energised under this manager and it seems that the feel good factor is back at Anfield almost like the cloud has lifted. We must take into account that Klopp is managing the exact same crop of players and the outcome is phenomenal the results since he has taken charge are incredible. Liverpool look more solid in defence and even more dangerous going forward with the various attacking options available. They have scored a lot more goals in the last few weeks with something like eight scores in thirteen goals.

This complete turnaround of Liverpool’s season is beginning to get people talking about them being top four competitors. However that is only a glimpse of ‘what could be?’ with plenty of games still to be played throughout the season. The players along with the supporters must not get complacent and each individual game must be taken one step at a time. A good sign that the players moral is pointing in the right direction is seen by one of the players. ‘With the new manager, everything is fresh,’ said teenager Jordon Ibe. ‘I feel like a new player. The whole team are feeling great and fresh.’