Spontaneous and inspired conversation await listeners of STACY CONNECTS. . .with Stacy Heller, heard Tuesdays at 3 p.m. (PDT) and via podcast on all major platforms.

Each week, Stacy shares topics that are educational, inspirational, personal, and entertaining with her listeners and guests.  Her gift for gab, ability to find connections, natural curiosity, and tendency to befriend the elephant in any room; inject levity and lessons about living into your day.

Throughout the one-hour program, Stacy interviews a diverse assortment of guests about professional and personal topics, and she shares insights and ideas about questions big and small. The ultimate mission of STACY CONNECTS is to demonstrate how conversation with just one person can connect us with the world.

Stacy Heller has always loved to talk, just ask her mother, Joan, a frequent call-in guest or Pete, her spouse of 30 years.

“I believe the foundation for any type of health and happiness is connection. With this as my core belief, along with my intuition, and experiences, I started my business, STACY CONNECTS and my interest in radio and podcasting grew from there. Stacy also hosts Don’t Ask Me to Talk on AM 880 KIXI.

After staying home full-time to raise four stellar kids for 20-plus years, Stacy went part-time once the kids started leaving the house, deciding to turn her natural gift for making connections into a business, leading to STACY CONNECTS. Stacy works with clients to identify multi-sensory messaging ideas that translate their brand into a language their target audience connects with naturally.

When she’s not talking or connecting, she’s probably sitting in the sunny corner of her couch with a Diet Coke or G&T, playing solitaire.

To learn more or connect, go to stacyconnects.com

Email: stacy@stacyconnects.com

@stacyconnects_DAMTT or @stacyconnectsbiz on Instagram

Stacy Connects or Don’t Ask Me to Talk on Facebook

Insure with Fern
Since he’s not going to sell you insurance Stacy will. But first, she shares why she put a gumball machine outside her office and how it backfired on her. Her STACYISM is about finding what you’re looking for (so look for the good); a quality that can be found in this week’s guest, Fernando Guaren Jr. Fernando’s upbringing obviously influenced his personal identity; however, the impact it had on his professional identity, was unexpected even for him. He wears his heart on his sleeve and a grin on his face! To learn more about Fern, go to https://insurewithfern.com/
What are Women Asking for Exactly?
I guess it depends on the woman! This week Stacy reflects on her birthday and the melancholy she felt while celebrating it this year. She also shares a STACYISM about being present before embracing an elephant that’s in too many rooms too often! She and guest, JD Wyneken talk about sexual harassment; how women from different generations view it and why men feel like it’s their right. It’s a complex conversation that requires thoughtful reflection for both men and women. JD brings an interesting perspective; both as a former douchebag (his words) and as a Human Potential Coach. One thing that is very clear, consent is key! Want to learn more about JD? Go to: https://www.wordsbyjdk.com/
Money Doesn’t Happen to You
Which is why it’s past time for Stacy to have an office to call her own. You’d think with “making her mark and owning it” (a reference to her Stacyism), Stacy would be more financially literate. However, as she and this week’s guest, Steve Haas discuss, financial illiteracy is far reaching across all ages and stages of life. Steve uses his personal interests and abilities for a passion project, a financial literacy mentor. He works with both post-college, young adults, and folks he meets from his work with Peer Seattle (an organization that cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing support and development services to the LGBTQ community impacted by addiction, mental health and/or HIV). Whichever demographic he’s mentoring, Steve invests his time, confident the return on his investment will pay off in spades.