Category Archives: Resilience

Resilience: A Skill that Can Be Mastered?

As technology, greater interconnectedness, unemployment rates and economic uncertainty loom forebodingly in the background of our lives, I believe that now, more than ever, resilience is a key personality trait to master. Many people think resilience is an inherent personality trait; I believe it is a technique that can be learnt to succeed, despite life’s problems. I have been a quadriplegic since a devastating accident […]

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3 Things You Say That Increase Your Stress

The words you use have the power to build up or tear down the people you are dealing with, or in the case of your thoughts, they can pick you up or drag you down. When it comes to the processes ticking over in your own thoughts, I have noticed that there are 3 things […]

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Building Resilience In Your Teenager

Resilience is definitely the buzzword of the moment. But what does it mean and how can you practically implement it in your household to help your teen battle the challenges that lie ahead. As our society has grown and developed we have been able to shield our young people more easily from the negative things […]

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Make It Happen – A Profile Of Resilience

Sharing my story of resilience with thousands of people every year, I get to meet a lot of people who share their stories with me.  One of these people was Geoff Hughes.  Geoff’s story has inspired me and epitomises resilience.  I’ve asked Geoff to share his journey to date and his tips for resilience and […]

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Do you have a teenager in your life?

How To Be Resilient – Parents and Teens Sessions Things go wrong. It is just a matter of when, not if. How you respond to change and adversity determines your level of success.  Resilience is the skill that will lessen the impact of challenges, change and stress, and when practised resilience is the skill that […]

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Healing is not a linear process

Sometimes the wounds we think are healed have only got a thin scab over them and then something comes along and bumps the scab off and it starts to bleed again. It’s ok, healing isn’t linear and takes patience. Time to let some more light in. Stacey Copas has used her life experience and personal […]

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2017 New Year Wishes For You

Welcome to 2017.  I have a feeling you’re going to love it here! Here are my wishes for you this year: I’d love to hear what you’re most looking forward to this year.  Comment below to let me know? Be your best! Stacey Stacey Copas has used her life experience and personal philosophies to become a […]

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What Do You Celebrate?

With only 25 days left of this year, it’s a time where most people reflect on the year that was, check in with the goals and intentions from the beginning of the year, and start to look ahead to next year. (Click to watch this message or continue reading below) Often there is a fair […]

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In Year 12? What if it all goes wrong?

There can be a lot of pressure at this time in your life. It is a lot to take on and it can be totally overwhelming.  As you make the transition to life after school these pressures will increase. There are the thoughts of what if I chose the wrong path? What if I don’t […]

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Invitation – Sydney Public Events

You’re invited to hear me speak at the following public events in October. The majority of the engagements I have are private so I’m excited to be able to invite you to these events. Wednesday October 12th – click to book Friday 7th October – click to book Fundraiser for Camp Quality Guest Speakers: Simon […]

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