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Let's Talk Life Design with Kirsty Salisbury
Join me as I chat to amazing people with incredible stories and practical strategies to designing a life filled with purpose.
Have some feedback or want to ask a question? I’d LOVE to hear from you! Or, if you would like to be a guest on the show, drop me a line with a brief bio, links to your social media sites, and a bit about why you want to be on the show.
Jessie Kendall didn't breath for the first 20 minutes of her life. This not only left her with mild Cerebral Palsy, but some pretty full on predictions from doctors on how her life would be. It was in her late teens when Jessie was in the depths of depression and struggling with mental health issues that she discovered NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), and used it to transform herself.
Jennifer Espinosa-Goswarmi is a former fat girl turned health coach & motivational speaker who has maintained a 100lb weight loss since 2002. Featured on Women's Health, Prevention and Reader's Digest, Jennifer believes that body bliss starts today.
In 2010 Tayla Stone's life was flipped upside down following a dirt bike accident which left her paralysed and a future as a T12 incomplete paraplegic. Her whole life changed in an instant. Then in 2015, Tayla lost one of her strongest supporters - her Mother.
Lana Kristine Jelenjev was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014. And after almost 2 years of treatment, she took time to reconnect with hersef and her mission. It was during this time that she realised how it is our responsibility to be SELF-FULL. Because when we are selfish, we have no room to meet the needs of others, and when we are selfless, we fail to meet our own needs. But when we are self-full that’s when magic happens.
Naresh Kumar has always dreamt big, something which ore often seemed ludicrous and completely unattainable. Today, he lives an amazing action packed life and is dedicated to helping other. He is a living example of kindness, and how our circumstances DO NOT need to confine us.
In 2014, life seemed incredible for Christine Morris. Her business was thriving, and life was going just how she had planned it. But in an instant, that all changed when her house was burnt to the ground. She and her family lost everything!
In 2012 Virginia Phillips survived a very traumatic car accident. Seated behind the driver, a truck crashed into the side of their car where Virginia was sitting and unfortunately, she took a lot of the impact. Her entire left side was crushed, including her hip, chest and lung, and she has been left with many long lasting effects. Four years on from this devastating event, and after being diagnosed as 100% disabled, Virginia is using her experiences to help others.
From abuse and rape to drug addiction and suicide attempts before changing her pathway, Trudi shares how she used her difficult experiences to create a positive life that she loves, and where she is able to help others.
Following the stillbirth of her third child, a divorce, and the losses of others close to her, Medyhne has focused on being present in her life, choosing positive behaviours, and designing out her best future.
Sage was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease in 2009, and has since tuned into her body, its needs and her ability to design herself a healthy future. Her efforts involved consciously choosing her pathway, and starting many areas of her life from scratch again.
In 2014 Claudia Frasca-Jones lost her Father to Motor Neurone Disease (MND), an incurable disease that causes the nerves in the spine and brain to lose function. Two years later her family are raising funds to find a cure for this debilitating disease.
Following a very difficult childhood, Gina was plagued by disease and her life was out of balance. But in her early thirties, she discovered the tools that transformed her diseased, imbalanced body into a healthy, happy one.
Abused from the age of two and left homeless at the age of 14, Kylie Edwards had moved house more times than she had had birthdays and lived with 15 different families before she was 23. Today, she aims to live without hate in her heart.