Daniel E. Browne
Daniel is a business coach, speaker and peak performance expert.

Starting off from humble beginnings in inner city london Daniel worked his way up to land a job as a corporate financier in an investment banker.
However the glamour of banking wasn't what he thought it would be.
Daniel saw through 12 hour days, the all nighters and the working weekends. He knew there had to be more to life. He wanted a social life, friends, family and loves. He wanted to enjoy hobbies, read books, learn new skills, sleep soundly and basically have a life. Daniel saw there was more to life than work, but that work was an integral part of his life.
Daniel studied meditation, tai chi, productivity managment and more, Daniel discovered that there is
more to life – much more. He learned balance without sacrifice and applied it to all aspects of his life. Writing the book the "Energy Equation - how to be top performer without burning yourself out"

Through his business City Performance Coaching , Daniel works with entrepreneurs and high performance professionals helping them to accomplish more with less stress.

Entries by Daniel E. Browne

From Busy to Super Busy: Why It's Time to Give Up the B Word

(0) Comments | Posted 8 November 2014 | (18:25)

Photo by endlisnis at www.flickr.com/photos/endlisnis/458894421

"I'm sorry I'm too busy"
"Well I'm super busy"
"Well I'm even busier than you"

These are not phrases I've heard from friends, colleagues and clients but they might as well be....

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How to Learn to Focus or Rehab for Multi-Taskers

(0) Comments | Posted 8 October 2013 | (01:52)


According to research from Stanford, multi-tasking is far less efficient than focusing on a single task. For all the multi-taskers out there, focusers are more effective.

I am a firm believer in focusing but have to admit to being a recovering...

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Age Slower

(0) Comments | Posted 7 March 2013 | (07:07)

Adult life is stressful - look at how quickly prime ministers and presidents age after taking office. You only need to look at how Obama has aged since taking officeor how Tony Blair aged in his tenure as prime minister to see that stress can definitely cause ageing.

This is...

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Are We Too Afraid to Leave Work on Time?

(10) Comments | Posted 18 February 2013 | (00:00)

Presenteeism is a well established practice in the management consultancy and legal professions where the workforce, being billed by the hour, are incentivised to work longer. But is the rest of the working population now too afraid to leave work on time?

A recent survey found that 30% of...

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