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About the Author

Stacey is an inspiring, energetic and authentic facilitator, coach, speaker and author – and the CEO of Connect Growth and Development. She is an advocate of bringing humanity back into the workplace. Stacey’s approach is about Whole-Person Intelligence - partnering the logical with the creative, the rational with the emotional, our brain and our body. She helps people make the connection between their inner and outer selves so they can bring all their superpowers to any endeavor - in work and life. Stacey and the team at Connect deliver programs for new-thinking organizations and leaders who “get” that the well-being and success of their people lead to the success of their business. Connect provides leadership and culture programs, facilitation, coaching and workshops for clients like Microsoft, Amazon, Raytheon, Expedia, Bungie, Moz and BigDoor – and through open events. She has enjoyed being a speaker at over 30 events in the last three years. Stacey paired her degree in Business with a Masters in Applied Behavioral Science to create the “work love of her life”. Join the conversations at www.ConnectGD.com’s blog, Connect Growth and Development's Facebook page, or email us about the book at stacey@innercriticinnersuccess.com.

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  • File Size: 2242 KB
  • Print Length: 284 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615897053
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Three G Publishing; 1.01 edition edition (October 4, 2013)
  • Publication Date: October 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GENAK3E
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Stacey is an inspiring, energetic and authentic facilitator, coach, speaker and author - and the CEO of Connect Growth and Development. She is an advocate of bringing humanity back into the workplace.

Stacey's approach is about whole-person intelligence - partnering the logical with the creative, the rational with the emotional, our brain and our body. She helps people make the connection between their inner and outer selves so they can bring all their superpowers to any endeavor - in work and life.

Stacey and the team at Connect deliver programs for new-thinking organizations and leaders who "get" that the well-being and success of their people lead to the success of their business. Connect provides leadership and culture programs, facilitation, coaching and workshops for clients like Microsoft, Amazon, Raytheon, Expedia, Bungie, Moz and BigDoor - and through open events.

She has held positions over the last 20 years in evolutionary industries performing leadership, strategic and design vision roles in business, accounting and finance, consulting, client relations, software design and development. Stacey paired her degree in Business with a Masters in Applied Behavioral Science to create the "work love of her life".

Stacey is the author of Inner Critic, Inner Success: Claiming Your Own Success While Taming the Critic. She aspires to do more of the work she loves with more fantastic organizations - helping them discuss What Really Matters. Join the conversations at www.ConnectGD.com's blog, Connect Growth and Development Facebook page and on LinkedIn.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Carlson, Pilates Fit on October 14, 2013
Format: Paperback
Stacey is funny, lively, down to earth and approachable, she sounds like the best friend you wish you had. She tells it straight and with humor, it's just the dose I need to stay positive and upbeat. I am in front of people, as a Pilates Instructor, 6 days a week and could easily find myself thinking I need to appear to be perfect to be the Instructor yet, with Stacey's help, I know that is a fiction of my imagination. That I am deserving of my great clients and the trust they put into me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Deanna Kosaraju on April 28, 2014
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"Inner Critic Inner Success identifies and provides comprehensive solutions for a common challenge facing women in leadership, the Imposter Syndrome. A woman's inability to internalize their success often leaves them with the notion that at any minute they will be found out, that they are in fact a fraud. They tell others (and themselves) their success is a result of good timing or luck. In working with thousands of women around the globe I often hear about this very real problem. There are few concrete approaches to solving the Imposter Syndrome short of making lists of your accomplishments with the hope it will eventually "sink in" but even the most accomplished women continue to fight the Imposter Syndrome on a regular basis.

Stacey Sargent's approach breaks down these disbeliefs by identifying the type and source of this internal dialog. By identifying what messages we are harboring allows us to break through the corresponding emotions and negative talk into real positive breakthroughs making us more confident, productive and capable of reaching our full potential. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to remove these feelings of doubt and take their lives into a more fulfilling and positive trajectory."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susanne Biro on March 26, 2014
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To be successful in today’s world we’ve got to find every possible avenue to improve. I found the practices in Inner Critic Inner Success relevant and realistic, helping me to further my own leadership with less worry, and creating great relationships that make work invigorating and fun. Well worth the read!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kathrin oSullivan on March 24, 2014
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Great read that helps understand the concept of the "Inner Critic", how it's stopping us from getting what we want, and what we can do to transform our fears into the power that comes from our deep inner wisdom. The exercises are practical, fun, and useful. I still do one of them now, months after reading this book for the first time. Just like a great coach, this book will help every reader make invaluable progress on their journey to self-excellence.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SR on March 24, 2014
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I've seen the author's presentation on Inner Critic. The book is a great representation of her authentic and practical approach to working on ourselves. I now have some tools to manage that critic in my head so that when it does start singing (for better or for worse) I don't let it run away with any funny business. If you're looking for a book that merges theory with humanity and real-world application, this is a solid buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By annmichael on March 24, 2014
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I thought it was nice how the author used herself as one who has experienced first hand what she's writing about. She's clearly aligned with her own medicine. It's probably a great book for young women needing to hear a different perspective.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David B. Hare, Ph.D. on October 21, 2013
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In her book, Inner Critic Inner Success, Stacey Sargent develops a compelling argument for the necessary role of emotions in the workplace and in relationships in general. The author's coaching model is rooted in behavioral science research (particularly the work of Daniel Goleman and others in Emotional Intelligence). Yet Sargent never tries to blind us with science. Instead, like a master story-teller, she draws upon humor, science, and common sense to encourage readers to confront personal fears and insecurities, teaching us how to leverage them for success. The author uses stories from her own personal and professional experience, client stories, and current best practices in behavioral science to create a realistic picture of our inner conflicts and how best to confront them. Fortunately, Sargent has the skill and the experience to take us beyond the negative (Inner Conflict) by presenting us with a sustainable trajectory for Inner Success. The book is packed with practical activities that are clearly explained and reinforced by case studies in such a way as to allow each reader to have the benefit of their own personal coach. Stacey Sargent's Inner Critic Inner Success is a well-crafted book, a fun read with a serious message--one that I highly commend!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Doc Mings on January 6, 2014
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I'm always looking for ways to improve myself at home and at work. Which means I've read--or at least started--my fair share of self-improvement and/or career advancement books. And I hate to admit, but have to be honest, it's hard to get all the way through any of them. I'll stick with them long enough for maybe a gem or two of advice, but then let's face it, I have other stuff to read ...

***But this book broke that pattern for me!!!*** It's written in such a conversational, approachable style that it was actually hard to put down. It was like chatting with a friend who happens to have great advice. Including all the case studies from the author's past clients and colleagues also helped me connect with the advice in a pragmatic and personal way, vs abstract and not as useful as other advice books have been. I highly recommend this book!
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