“… when times get hard, pull the good memories to front of your mind… ”
Stevie Kidd is well known in NLP circles (amongst other places) in the UK.
In his Facebook bio he says:
“Stevie you are front of a tanker in the ocean and you never look back to see impact you are making, I believe in always looking forward. It is, however always important to remember all the things in life that make you feel good, so when times get hard, pull the good memories to front of your mind to override the negative thoughts. I have learned to live a one attitude life full of positives, its more exciting ….”
Since June 2004, he has grown The KDS Group from himself with one van and a big vision for the future to three parts in the group, distribution, training and his own personal transformation and enhancement programme.
He is a practicing Master in NLP, Hypnosis practitioner and Executive Life Coach and work with a variety of people with a range in challenges.
For more information on support to change your life, get life coaching or attend one of our events look at the KDS Group website or get in touch with Christine Ovens on +44 141 848 9888
Image from Stevie with Dr. Richard Bandler taken from Stevie’s Facebook
This article is from his web site http://www.groupkds.com/
KDS Group partner ‘The Recruit’
KDS Group are proud to partner the inaugural ‘The Recruit’, organised by Renfrewshire Council to offer someone an £18,000 job!
‘The Recruit’ is a two day event that closely follows the format of the internationally successful The Apprentice.
Managing Director Stevie Kidd is now involved in finding the next Donald Trump or Alan Sugar from amongst a group of 28 teenagers from across Renfrewshire.
The fifth and sixth year pupils will take part in a series of team business challenges throughout the summer.
The prize is an extraordinary opportunity to work for a yet to be named company at a starting salary of £18,000.
Renfrewshire Council Leader Derek Mackay said: “‘The Recruit’ is like our very own Junior Apprentice. It is an innovative project which giving young people a unique opportunity to gain experience in what it’s really like in the world of business.
“They will get valuable practical experience and skills through taking part in the challenges as well as getting advice from some top businessmen and women. There is also the real opportunity to get a great job at the end – it’s like one big, summer-long job interview.
“‘The Recruit’ is part of the council’s ongoing commitment to supporting young people get into employment.”
KDS Group are one of the key sponsors of The Recruit. Stevie Kidd said: “KDS are delighted to sponsor and be involved this exciting new initiative. ‘The Recruit’ is a great approach to engaging young entrepreneurs of the future and making a positive difference in these young individuals’ lives.”
Stevie is working with Lanark company Border Biscuits to create one of the unique challenge for the candidates.
They will be given the task of designing and marketing a new biscuit. This will include identifying markets, creating sales leads, launching marketing campaign and designing packaging.
Border Biscuits make premium biscuits, employ 120 people and supply nearly 2 millions biscuits a week to national supermarkets and independent shops. They also export to 10 countries across the globe.
The winners of ‘The Recruit’ will be those who show the most potential and display the key skills business bosses look for – leadership, communication, innovation, problem solving and determination to succeed. The winners will be revealed at a black tie finale on Thursday the 19th of August.