Stacey Mayo on Midlife Magic

The Finding Magic in Midlife Radio Show was produced and archived by Exceptional Wisdom Radio from August 2008 through June 1013, when EWR went off the air. I’m moving the show archives to Choosing To Be Fit because much of the wisdom I’ve gained about creating a body- mind-spirit fitness lifestyle came from reading books by and talking with these exceptional midlife women. The interviews are timeless. I hope you will get to know some of these brilliant, talented, and inspirational women and learn from them as I did.

If you would like to know more about the history of the Finding Magic in Midlife show, just click on the “Finding Magic” menu tab at the very top of this page. Or to get a complete list of all the interviews with links to each one, click here: Midlife Magic

Stacey Mayo was interviewed on the Finding Magic in Midlife Show in June of 2009.

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Stacey Mayo

A well-known coach with a wide following, Stacey Mayo, a.k.a. “The Dream Queen,” was a pioneer in the now-booming coaching industry. Stacey established the Center for Balanced Living in 1995 as a vehicle to carry out her life’s work. As director of the Center, she and a team of powerful coaches have assisted thousands of people across the nation in living out their dreams with amazing results.

Stacey understood the power of dreams when she interviewed the people whose inspiring stories are told in her book “I Can’t Believe I Get Paid To Do This!” With each story, Stacey, a successful entrepreneur in her own right, grew, changed, and learned even more about the secrets to success in life. These stories, and their associated principles of success, changed Stacey’s life, as she believes they can change yours.

Stacey was profiled on television in the CBS Evening News segment, “Confident Women.”  She has appeared in Forbes, Newsday, the Wall St. Journal, Atlanta Sports & Fitness, Atlanta Woman and Woman’s Day. She has been featured a number of times in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, including the piece, ‘Midlife,’ which engages women in considering how they can stop deferring their dreams.

A leader in the coaching community and former program chair for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Stacey has developed and led hundreds of successful training and coaching programs to rave reviews. She was named Georgia Author of the Year, Best Self-Help Book, for “I Can’t Believe I Get Paid To Do This!” This book was also named Best Book by USA Book News.

Stacey lives with her husband, Mike, and golden retriever LB (Lover Boy) in a suburb of Atlanta and works with clients all over the globe via telephone.

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