Resilience, Motivational and Inspirational Speaker
Stacey Copas is a shining example of positive thinking in the face of adversity, sharing her wisdom with audiences to inspire them. She emphasizes that our reactions to situations influence outcomes. A dreadful accident left her quadriplegic, but she didn't let it hinder her ambitions. From political aspirations to training disabled individuals in developing nations, Stacey's wheelchair never stopped her.
Leveraging personal experiences and values, she became Australia's leading keynote speaker and facilitator on resilience. Notable organizations like Telstra, South East Water, and CSIRO have benefited from her speeches, programs, and consulting. Her acclaimed book, 'How To Be Resilient,' has gained media attention from outlets like the Financial Review, ABC Radio, and The Australian.
Recently, Stacey excelled in athletics, becoming the first woman in her classification to compete in Australia. Her versatility in addressing diverse audiences leaves them motivated and empowered. She equips them with tools to overcome challenges, embrace change, and elevate decision-making while shunning excuses.
Stacey's life motto is "say yes and figure out how later." Her remarkable accomplishments include starring in a film despite no acting background, volunteering abroad, and competing in para-athletics at a national level after a long hiatus.
Renowned figures like 7-time world surfing champion Layne Beachley and tough man David Goggins hail her resilience. Stacey's life journey, marked by becoming quadriplegic at 12, doesn't define her. She collaborates with organizations seeking engaged, mentally resilient, and productive individuals primed for growth in uncertain times.
Her book, "How to be Resilient," has garnered attention from prominent sources like Financial Review, ABC Radio, and The Australian. Global entities like Viacom, GM Holden, and Flight Centre have tapped into her insights on workplace resilience.