Kirsty Spraggon

Kirsty Spraggon is a relationship building expert that assists you to increase, your sales, networks and connections for life & business success. Her show @kirstytv has just hit 100,000 views on youtube. For more information visit www.kirstyspraggon.com.
  • My father was recently telling me the story of how one day he decided to clean out his office. After being in real estate for well over a decade he had an enormous amount of paperwork in filing cabinets. Every time he went out to see a potential clients to do a quote, he would start up a new client…

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  • Whether you like it or not, I am afraid the phone is a big part of our success, either in your own business or in any career where you have clients. Face to face contact is always my preference but is not always possible from a time perspective to stay in touch with everyone regularly in that way. Story by…

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  • It is the season for parties and functions, so start saying “yes”, and take the time to connect with your clients in a relaxed manner that is not all about work. And instead of “networking”, says Kirsty Spraggon, relationship building expert and author, think of it as “focused socialising”. It is the season for parties and functions, so start saying…

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  • It is said that great leaders possess natural empathy and this is certainly one of the greatest sales skills there is. One of the core elements in Kirsty Spraggon’s book Work as if you own it focuses on opening relationships. This excerpt from the book shows how EQ (as opposed to IQ) can be used to build rapport which you…

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  • Do you perpetually break new years’ resolutions? Maybe you struggle with setting goals, or perhaps you can set them with ease but fail to achieve them. If you’re a more visual person, the Dream Board technique may chart your journey to success in 2010. Story by Kirsty Spraggon. Whatever your goal is, you have to want it badly enough or…

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  • The larger agencies and major franchises have huge budgets and well-staffed marketing departments to develop and maintain their brands, so how can a small business or even a sole operator compete with the big guys? Learn from them. Story by Kirsty Spraggon The larger agencies and major franchises have huge budgets and well-staffed marketing departments to develop and maintain their…

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