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Don’t Ask Me to Talk with Stacy Heller

Spontaneous and inspired conversations await listeners of Don’t Ask Me to Talk. . .with Stacy Heller, heard Tuesdays at 3 p.m. (PDT).

During this fun and freewheeling program, Stacy uses her gift for gab, love of making connections, experiences from being human and lessons learned from owning her business, Stacy Connects, to inject levity and laughs into your day.

“This show is about connection through conversation,” says Stacy, adding, “During each show, I share my ‘perspectacles’ on a variety of topics as I chat with guests and callers.” Stacy continues, “I used to think I was smart, it turns out I’m highly attuned to others, coupled with articulate – there’s a bigdifference.”
Throughout the one-hour program, Stacy will interview guests about both professional and personal topics, share insights and recommendations, brainstorm about ideas, and ask and answer questions big and small.Additionally, Stacy will welcome listeners to call in and connect with their own ideas, questions, or insights. The ultimate mission of Don’t Ask Me to Talk is to demonstrate how conversation and creativity, result in increased connection.

Stacy Heller loves to talk, just ask her mother, Joan. Her spouse of 28 years is Pete, and together they have raised four children. They have created a home and lifestyle that is a hub and magnet for family and friends.
“I believe the foundation for any type of success is connection. With this core belief, my intuition and experiences, I started my business, Stacy Connects. When connecting with clients, I brainstorm ideas that are unique to them and see potential where they only see problems, I am their biggest fan.”
Learn more about this wonderful show and its dynamic host:
Instagram: stacyconnects  Facebook: Stacy Connects
Listen to the Don’t Ask Me to Talk With Stacy Heller Podcast

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