The Written Word
If you think of panel shows: X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent, The Voice. There are always four judges. These shows know what they are doing! They want to appeal to as many people as possible so they hire judges that everyone can relate to.
You may end up spending Christmas with someone you didn’t choose, an in-law that you don’t see eye to eye with or maybe your sibling’s new partner isn’t quite your cup of tea. It is important to understand how your style approaches conflict and how someone who is a different style might react.
When entering a business competition, you will have looked to see if your company fits all the entry requirements, you have the time (and patience) to complete all the entry criteria, but most of all you will have looked at the prizes and determined if they are something you’re your business want or need. Obviously, you want to win, you think your business is capable of winning and to win you need to persuade the judges that you are a worthwhile winner.
When it comes to entering a business plan competition, many factors can affect whether someone will enter. This can be if the prizes are worth the time it takes to commit to the competition, the rules and regulations when entering, or it can come down to a matter of confidence and whether you think your business will have a chance of winning.
The competition was founded by DISCsimple and hgkc founders Sarah Owen, Peter Quintana, and Kim Jones last year after the pandemic.
Following on from One Good Turn’s debut year’s success, DISCsimple and hgkc have decided to run the competition for second year making it an annual event. Last year we had many applications and were very pleased to announce our two winners