Last night, Kriss was on the panel on ITV2's hilarious hit show Celebrity Juice. Kriss joined a whole host of celebs, including Holly Willoughby, Paddy McGuinness, Jimmy Carr, Gino D'Acamp, Bradley and Connor of The Vamps, and fellow ITV Bigheads' co-presenter Jenny Powell. Hosted by Keith Lemon and Fearne Cotton, it was nothing but laughs from start to finish!
ITV brings a brand new, larger than life game show to primetime later this spring. Bigheads pits some of the worlds most recognisable faces head to head in this is a unique, fast paced and high-energy show.
What’s the most important resource in your business? Your people, of course! So imagine if there was a way to get the very best out of your people that, in turn, improved their experience and strengthened your business…
I’ve been inspired to write this post by a couple of my recent coaching clients. Both come from different backgrounds, they work in very different fields, but they both have the same problem in common: their businesses – and lives as they know it – are in severe jeopardy, for failure to confront some very brutal facts.
Think of a person, a company, or even a celebrity – someone or something you have a relationship with. Do you trust them? What makes you put your trust in them (or not, as the case may be)? What even is trust?
There are two inevitabilities in life: firstly, that we are born, and secondly, that we die. The odds for getting out of this three-dimensional world alive are against us. Since the annals of time, not one person who has been born has gone on to live for ever, yet it is easy to live as if our life has no end.
It’s the 16th December 2016 today – a date that’s been on my radar for a while now. Today’s the day I should be handing in my dissertation, marking the last stage of my MBA. But I’m not. I’m writing this blog post instead – a blog post about a journey I started in September 2012. And how I’m perfectly at peace with walking away from my MBA.
Ask someone what motivates them and they might begin to give you an answer. It might be the drive to provide for their family, the drive to make money, or maybe even the drive to be recognised in the future. But do you actually know how to identify your key motivators – and use them to your advantage?