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article imageConnecticut's Patty Griffin talks social media and Foxwoods Special

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 7, 2016 in Lifestyle
Connecticut intuitive and beloved personality Patty Griffin chatted with me about her aspirations to someday perform a show at Foxwoods, and to be on television and radio.
"Since we last chatted I have been so busy and so much has changed but sometimes change is good. I left my old home base office in Bridgeport and moved my office to Monroe, Connecticut."
Griffin added, "Business has taken off in such a way. I have been selling out my galleries whispers from heaven every Saturday night. I made a video that is being sent to venues such as Foxwoods and other places and we will be sending it to TV and radio as well. My galleries are my specialty and large crowds of people. I don't do fairs anymore as it is too much for me and not my thing but I still do Pat Longo's fair in Long Island as hers are amazing with a wonderful bunch of healers and readers on November 6 at the four points Sheraton."
She had nothing but the fondest words about social media. "Social media is amazing. I learned to advertise myself and place ads and market myself which has been very profitable and amazing and has put me out there more than I can imagine. I pop up on people's pages that are meant to connect with me. I am starting to go live on Facebook which will help as well. I feel social media has helped get me out there. I used to go to fairs to market myself and that was exhausting and I did not like it at all and this is so much better. People see me and are drawn to me so social media is very wonderful for me," she said.
Griffin shared that her dream is to someday do a show at Foxwoods, or a bigger venue to connect with more people. "I will still be doing my galleries and private readings. I also still want to write that book we talked about when I have time which may not be too soon. I am also hoping to get onto a radio show as well as that would be amazing to connect with people," she said.
She concluded, "Most important I want to get my message across that those we love never leave us. That love forgives, that it sees, believes all and never ends in life and in death. Life is short forgive people. Try not to live with regret and most I important love them while they are here. I see so much death and so much grief so tell people today what you mean to them."
To learn more about Patty Griffin, check her out on her official website.
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