Hi there, I’m Chris. A London based high performance coach, podcast host, and frontman of hardcore band TRC.
My mission is to support ambitious guys in their 30’s-40’s (or thereabouts) to level up, get unstuck and smash their personal and professional goals out the park.
If that sounds like you, and you enjoy exploring personal development topics such as peak performance, wellbeing, mindset and lifestyle design, you’re definitely in the right place.
Take a look around my website, check out my YouTube channel, and be sure to subscribe to monthly newsletter where I share actionable personal development and lifestyle content that over 2,000 people find useful:
Every Monday, I upload a brand new video exploring personal development topics such as peak-performance, wellbeing, mindset and lifestyle. If you like good things and want to go far in life, I’m certain you’ll enjoy them.
Think 'life-coaching' is just a load of airy-fairy nonsense? Think again, pal. Take a look at how I’ve supported some absolute legends around the world in creating the lives, careers and businesses they’d always dreamt about.
Need some bite-sized inspiration in your ears as you work to level up across different areas of your life? Check out the Forward Motion podcast and keep yourself moving in the right direction.
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