- Double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer
- Get the behind the scenes scoop of a day on Kirsty TV
- Coping with death is something we all face at some point in life
- Kirsty Spraggon Interviewed On The Secrets Of Relationship Selling …
- Getting closure and letting go at the end of life makes for a peaceful & beautiful transition
- A-List Celebrities & Ordinary People With Extraordinary Stories Of Overcoming Adversity
- How to increase your sales, networks & connections.
- How to celebrate the lives of our loved ones in a beautiful way
- DJ who wrote ‘An Inside Job’ after 16 years in prison
Kirsty Spraggon: Relationship building expert, how to heal, healing, life advice, personal development, personal growth, self help…
Opening Relationships ‘Meet Up, Catch Up & Follow Up’
Whether you are selling yourself or selling a product or service the key is ‘opening relationships’ for life.
Kirsty focuses on the how to’s a practical session on where we can meet more clients and how we can build a connection and relationship that leads to a lifetime of repeat and referral business.
Identify ways to grow your networks
Develop your rapport building skills
Learn how to create ‘unforgettable experiences’ for your clients
Realise why the ‘after sale’ is the most important
Understand the keys principles to gaining repeat and referral clients
Networking success in any situation, where she focuses on getting the most out of attending any networking situtation.
Networking sounds so strategic but Kirsty believes its is nothing more than focused socializing.
Kirsty networks daily and believes it is the fastest way to grow your database. It is her core prospecting tool. Learn how to make networking work for you and have fun while you do it.
Identify ways to make the best first impressions
Understand the importance of confidence
Develop your rapport building skills
Ensure you make the right ‘connections’
Realise why ‘following up’ is the key
Kirsty Spraggon a former real estate phenom turned talk show host, parlays the same skills that landed her in the top one percent of sales executive worldwide into a career that would help others find a safe haven for healing.
‘by sharing their stories you can heal yourself & heal others’ Kirsty says.
Example: Getting closure and letting go at the end of life makes for a peaceful and beautiful transition. Learn how to make it a beautiful goodbye on one of her episodes, Kirsty as a talk show host.
Kirsty Spraggon’s guest is such an expert in her field as a Family Nurse Practitioner in Palliative Care, that Kirsty invited her to chat.
So much of it becomes about ourselves, our grief, even after someone has passed. Guest says, “Grieving is a natural process.” When family first starts to grieve, it always starts with tears that express how much they loved that person. It then transitions to how beautiful that person was. You have to be careful with grief, Therese warns, “After the tears, don’t shift it into a joyful grieving. You can go down that slippery slope and it can be very dark.”
It all depends on the family dynamics, their strength and realistic approach to life. People who have a hard time letting go are the ones who didn’t have closure and tend to be the ones that want “everything” done to that patient; feeding tubes, etc. They aren’t ready to let them go and are hanging on.
A lot of people have unfinished business.
How do they get closure?
Guest suggests saying anything they need to say to them, because hearing is the last thing to go. Even if they are unconscious, they can hear.
With end of life, most of the time, the treatments are for the family. The lesson for families would be to be ready to let them go if possible, but know that there is no right or wrong in Palliative Medicine.
All in all, guest says it’s about acceptance and love.
Accept their disease process, don’t be afraid of it.
Kristy’s hope for all of you who may be going through an end of life transition, that you understand that it can a beautiful, natural part of life.
Or if you are family or a loved one of someone going through that transition, that you understand the importance of the energy that you bring into the room.
Coping with death is something we all face at some point in life. Some of your questions about death are answered.
Kirsty Spraggon will be sharing inspirational stories from everyday people, celebrities and experts.
Understand the power of lifetime relationships
Increase your emotional intelligence
Learn how to build strong connections quickly
Develop your skills around building trust & empathy
Identify strategies for retaining customers for life
Books by Kirsty Spraggon