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Stephen Kirk – Intuitive Coach and Board Advisor

March 3, 2020


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I’m blessed with an ability to see the future and this gift enabled me to establish companies, with varying degrees of success, in technology. In my mid-twenties, with no business experience, I founded one of the first UK cable TV companies – Cable London. It was the first company to offer telephony as well as cable TV. It won the franchises for 5 London boroughs and eventually became part of Virgin Media.
Simultaneously I founded Broadsystem, which pioneered interactive services for newspapers and TV companies. I sold the company to Rupert Murdoch – somehow I was introduced to him – and I’d exchanged contracts for the company’s sale to News International in 4 days.
In around 1985, I investigated the establishment of a virtual reality theme park. You know, complete with goggles. You’d call it a Metaverse project today. But back then it was too early. The internet was just starting out. So I dropped it.
Anyway, you get the gist.
Then in 2000, I narrowly avoided death from colon cancer. Really it’s a miracle I’m still around. It took me 3 years to fully recover and I wanted to step back from establishing new enterprises and help others instead. I was asked to Chair or become a Non-Executive Director of many companies in technology and media including Shine (Elisabeth Murdoch) and Ink Factory (the sons of John Le Carre).
In 2015, I trained as an Executive coach and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Practitioner to help me better understand the needs of aspiring entrepreneurs and myself and I’m open to helping you whether as a Board Advisor or Coach.
I live in Richmond, Surrey, have practised Transcendental Meditation (TM) for over 40 years, recently had The Authentic Entrepreneur published ( with the profits donated to The Princes Trust. I’m direct, funny, eccentric. I have little time for management-speak.

I am available as a Board Advisor and/or Intuitive Coach.

So if you want to chat drop me a line to

I look forward to hearing from you.


By the way my book The Authentic Entrepreneur is in support of The Prince’s Trust which helps young people start their own enterprises. See