Tips for Living Your Dreams

In my book, “I Can’t Believe I Get Paid to This!”, I shared the story of Stacy Allison who was the first American woman to successfully climb Mt. Everest.

Here’s a brief synopsis of Stacy’s inspiring story.
It started one day when Stacy Alison was drawn to go rock climbing. She went with a group of people and was scared too death and screamed in fear along the way.
However, she made it to the top of the rock with the help of others.

When she got to the top, it was a feeling of exhilaration like no

other 🙂

She felt at peace, knowing she had done something that was meant to be.

Over time, Stacy chose to climb bigger and bigger rocks while earning her living in the construction business. Over the years, she had success and failures and learned from each one.

The first time she chose to climb Mt. Everest she failed even after careful planning, but she persisted and eventually attained that pinnacle success.  


You may have no interest in climbing rocks or mountains however, Stacy’s story is inspiring for anyone with a dream.

Here are some tips from her story to apply to your life:
1) Start with a “small rock” or ” one small step”.
2) Get support from mentors and coaches.
3) Go over, under or around your fears or transform them 
4) Be sure you have a source of income while pursuing your bigger  
5) Build your confidence “one step” at a time.

Over time people have told me they had read my book  and still had not taken a step forward towards their dreams. That is why I created “The Confidence Game” as part of my “Increasing Your Confidence to Build a Bigger Game” program to support you further.
Remember confidence is NOT about being bossy, aggressive, cocky, conceited or arrogant.  When people act that way, they are actually hiding their insecurities.
Healthy confidence is calm, peaceful and yet strong 🙂
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Positive Mindset Mastery is a new cool energetic bonus will help you shift your thoughts to the positive side of things as you move throughout your day without you having to do a thing. It will also raise your vibration. Wooooohooooo! 

A positive mindset is needed for every rock you choose to climb,  jump over or go around along the way to living our your dreams and playing a bigger game.

Love and blessings,



How to Gain Confidence in What You Know

It is no secret that everyone was born with some natural abilities. Most people don’t give themselves credit for what they naturally know and do. I see this time and time again with my clients. And what I always find is that we doubt and question our gifts because they are what we do easily.

We say to ourselves things like: “It can’t possibly be that easy”. “Doesn’t everyone know this?” “It must not be valuable if it’s easy”.

I also hear people questioning who they are because they say, “There are already a lot of healers, coaches, spiritual internet marketers, etc. I don’t know anything that makes me unique.”

Well, who you are is a part of the collective that is God. So we all have access to the same info, but it is You who makes it unique – because You are.

And so if you try to fit in a cookie cutter mold of how others are teaching you to be, it is not going to work for you. You must bring “You” into what you do. You must bring what you know.

Now, there are some things that you don’t know. And it is okay to say “I don’t know” when you know you don’t know.

Then instead of going into your head to try to figure it out, simply ask for what you want to see and let it be. And you will be given the answers – not necessarily directly but you will be shown what you need to know.

Step away.

Don’t try to pound it out of your computer, searching for hours on end on the web, don’t go into your head and try to figure it out. You don’t even have to meditate. Let it be.

When you learn to listen to and interpret what your guidance is telling you in each moment, then you will not need to look at other people and think they must know something I don’t know. Because you will know what is your truth and it will be solid and strong and there is nothing to doubt or compare yourself to.

Your intuition is trying to teach you what you need to know in order to have what you want. And when you listen to and integrate that higher knowing, you will have more confidence in what you know and will also be much happier and more successful in alignment with who you really are.

There is a lot more I have to share about gaining confidence in what you know. On Sentelligent Radio this week, I will go much deeper into how to interpret and listen to your guidance in most every moment of the day. It is constantly talking to us and telling us things that are very important based on what we say we want – and yet, it is very easy to misinterpret it if you don’t know what to look for.

Join me on Sentelligent Radio on Tuesday, October 12th at 5:00 PT/8:00 ET. I will also be doing f’ree intuitive readings to help you see what is in the way of having what you desire in any area of your life.

Bookmark this site and set a reminder for yourself to tune in live, Tuesday, October 12th at 5:00 PT/8:00 ET on Sentelligent Solution Radio.

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About Stacey Mayo

Stacey Mayo is a successful Master Level Healer, Medical Intuitive and Coach and has been in business for over 25 years. She teaches people how to be very successful entrepreneurs in their chosen field and attunes people to be amongst the top in their field. Mayo has been training and certifying people to be Master Level Medical Intuitives and Healers for over 15 years. She has supported thousands of people in achieving better health and living out their dreams. She is an award-winning author and has appeared on the CBS evening news segment, Confident Women, and is a popular public speaker. She has appeared in Forbes, Newsday, the Wall St. Journal, Atlanta Sports & Fitness, Atlanta Woman and Woman’s Day. She is a former Medical Intuitive columnist for the Sedona Journal. She has been featured a number of times in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, including the piece, ‘Midlife,’ which engages people in considering how they can stop deferring their dreams.

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