I'm Kitty Fitton
I'm a stereotypical Northern girl. I'm strong-willed and won't stand for any nonsense. However, that's where the stereotypes end. I'm a person that gets things done, and does them well. I won't just stand on the sidelines, I'll step right on up and lead from the front.
I believe that life is what you make it, and despite life's hurdles it's possible to maintain a positive outlook that can help you achieve anything you set your mind to.
Stay positive, keep smiling, throw in a few laughs and call me to talk to your group today. You won't regret it.
I am an observational comic and motivational speaker that writes mostly about life, families, emigrating too many times and living with Parkinson's Disease. Don't let that last bit put you off. It's not contagious, but laughing is.
WHAT TO EXPECT...
Training, speaking, entertaining or presenting a topic of your choice.
WHAT THEY SAY...
Just wanted to thank you for your informative and entertaining talk at Rotary last night. You were a wonderful speaker, talking form the heart about your experience with early onset Parkinsons. Whilst a challenging topic, you spoke with warmth, honesty, and yes humour about your tough experience. You are inspiring and I would definitely recommend you as a speaker. I am also happy to help with collecting for Parkinsons just let me know when.
Kitty Fitton attended our Club meeting last night and spoke to us about her early onset of Parkinson's and how she is managing living with the condition. I wanted to tell you that she is a most inspirational speaker and everyone in attendance was very impressed with her presentation and came away with a better knowledge of the condition.
I think she is an extremely valuable person for Parkinson's to have communicating information and experiences of the condition and in encouraging funding support from Charitable groups such as ours throughout the wider Wellington region.
Congratulations on a fantastic motivational presentation at Probus this morning on living with Parkinson's disease. It was both informative and inspiring. Your positivity, determination and fantastic sense of humour shone through.
Loved your dress and shoes too, very glam, gave us an image that this disease will be managed by you, rather than the disease managing you.