Keynote Motivational Speaker
It took almost dying to teach Stacy how to truly live.
Armed with creative content and a unique speaking style, Stacy Pederson pairs comedy and acting with relevant, hilarious takeaways for your audience. Through Stacy’s story and her authentic and engaging style, your audience can learn how to:
- Laugh More
- Stress Less
- Move Forward From Failure
- Live a Life People Would Die For
Stacy's Most Requested Topics
Want your employees to be more productive, make more sales, have less sick days, stay longer for less salary, an outperform your competition? Teach them how to be HAPPY! In, “Dying to Laugh, How to Be Happy When Your Life is a Mess” Stacy utilizes comedy, characters and good ol’ fashioned facts for a lighter take on a serious subject. Stacy shares how she went from losing everything-including almost her life- in a three week time period. It was through this process of loss that Stacy learned how to truly live. Your audience will leave with 7 actionable steps on how to stress less, enjoy life more, and be HAPPY…even at work. This talk is practical, poignant, entertaining, funny AND will help your bottom line. Great for after lunch keynote, closing keynote, or spouses programs.
We all know stress is bad for our growing bellies, bottoms and shrinking bottom lines. Stacy gives a unique and hilarious take on being a “Professional Stresspert.” Diagnosed with PTSD after almost dying several times, Stacy shares 7 stress habits to successfully sabotage you and your co-workers’ productivity and quality of life. Your audience will laugh, identify with the 7 habits of highly stressful people, and walk away with some practical “de-stressing” tips based on physiology and mindset, as well as practical tips on getting along with their co-workers or difficult customers.
This leadership training is designed to help leaders develop “grit” in their employees. Some key components to grit may comes as a huge surprise. Stacy shares tips and perspective on what “grit” is, how you can model it as a leader, and ultimately create a company culture that helps foster it in your organization. What makes Stacy an expert? As her bio briefly describes, Stacy had lost everything at one point, become gravely ill, suffered from severe depression and PTSD, and never quit. She’s walked the walk of what is shared in this talk. AND, yes, there is humor. Leaders will walk away with perspective on what grit is, actionable steps to take for their own personal and professional lives, as well as a strategy plan for developing grit within their own organization. Stacy offers a funny, lighter keynote version of this program on developing grit for employees of all types.