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Carefully selected and expertly crafted combos of content on key high performance topics, kitbags contain everything you need to start working on your performance in areas that matter to you. Here’s one we’ve chosen just for you to dive into and enjoy.

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Resilience

Resilience. A much discussed topic and an even more sought after ‘quality’. Being resilient seems to be pretty damn important in a world of massive change, competition and challenge (see what we’ve done there?!). Are you thinking about and taking disciplined steps to build your resilience – or leaving it to chance?

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Talking performance

Talking about performance and how to get better at what they do is something that people in high performing teams and high performing cultures do a lot. You hear lots […]

Posted in: KitbagsCoachingCulture

The discipline of excellence

There are no short-cuts and no secret formula for excellence. There’s just the discipline shown by those great performers who demonstrate excellence. As we repeat often, it’s simple, just not […]

Posted in: KitbagsEssentialsRoutines

Let’s get connected

When it comes to keeping motivation levels high, being connected to a common goal and working with other people towards that goal is a key ingredient. Despite this being such an important concept, it’s one that’s far too often taken for granted.

Posted in: KitbagsMotivationTeams

Great Goal Setting

90% of people we work with say that goals don’t really work for them, and they don’t consistently set them. Yet in our experience, having and using effective goals is essential […]

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Fuel your confidence and reap the rewards

Performance and motivation – they’re made to be together, like Laurel and Hardy. No motivation = poor performance, high motivation = you’re winning. Contrary to popular belief, you’re in control of your motivation.

Posted in: KitbagsPressure

Get motivated

Performance and motivation – they’re made to be together, like Laurel and Hardy. No motivation = poor performance, high motivation = you’re winning. Contrary to popular belief, you’re in control of your motivation.

Posted in: KitbagsMotivation

Be ready to perform

It’s one thing having ability and potential but quite another to use it in the right way. Consistently good performers are always ready to use their resource to perform.

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Are you firing on all cylinders?

Work is a demanding arena, both physically and mentally. If you’re going to be fit for purpose in a world that demands a lot, you’ve got to take care of your energy levels.

Posted in: KitbagsEnergyRoutines

Time management - a waste of time

Millions of pounds have been invested in time management courses. Yet there’s still millions of people feeling overwhelmed at work and that they don’t have enough time to get everything done that needs doing.

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Performing under pressure

Most people face moments of pressure in their work. Being prepared for these is an important part of fulfilling your potential. If you do this really well you might even look forward to the pressure!

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Deliver great performance in a demanding world

Some people just seem to deliver great performances, whatever the conditions. They do that by practicing habits & routines so whenever performance calls, they’re ready.

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Follow the energy basics to get fit for purpose

If you’re not ready to follow the energy basics to be fit for purpose, then you better be ready to be fit to drop anytime soon.

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The Energy Plan – Your ideal 24 hours

As a performer being physically ready to thrive at work is essential. If you’re fit for purpose physically then it makes it a lot easier to get other areas of performance in shape too.

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