Ever wondered whether change is possible? Respected businesswoman Stacey Currie is proof that it is.
Raised in housing commission accommodation, Stacey was pregnant at 15. At 19, she had two kids and was homeless. At 21, authorities gave her a stark choice- go into counselling and change her life or lose her three kids to foster care. Stacey had to make big changes. When all she knew was battling, figuring out goals for her 'new life' seemed impossible. Starting with what she didn't want, she got rid of one unhelpful habit after another. Now a qualified leadership coach and mentor, the happily married mother of five shares how she turned her life around.
Each chapter of Good Riddance focuses on a habit Stacey once had things like blaming others, hanging on to limiting beliefs, being addicted to drama and shows how she got herself unstuck. With her no-bullshit style and humour, Stacey is the life coach you've always needed. Her explanations, exercises and prompts will see you regain hope, lose your baggage and set up a new chapter in your life.
Say good riddance to bad rubbish
and start living the life you really want.
About the Author
Stacey Currie has survived incredible hardship to become a keynote speaker, successful businesswoman, mother of five and inspiration to thousands of people who have adopted her life lessons. Using her street-smart wisdom, Stacey lives by the philosophy that to be more, you need less.
As a qualified counsellor, leadership coach and mentor, Stacey is known for her rawness, honesty and compassion. Her keynote speech, ‘Good Riddance’, has captivated audiences across Australia.
Stacey has appeared on TV shows such as the Today Show, 7.30 Report and 60 Minutes to share her against-the-odds life story. She has been featured in many newspapers and magazines, such as BRW, The Age and The Herald Sun.
Good Riddance: Get rid of your fears and doubts. Unleash your potential is Stacey’s first self-help book.