We’re celebrating our inspiring women on International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day 2019: Our most inspiring women

Stacie Clark Quiet Connections Cornwall Live

On International Women’s Day 2019, Cornwall Live celebrated some of the wonderful women who contribute so much to Cornwall. 60 inspiring women made the list, and it must have been challenging to narrow the list down to 60 with so many courageous women making a difference in Cornwall (we can think of a few names that we’d have loved to see on the list ourselves!). And so we are very proud that our very own Stacie Clark, Quiet Co-Director and your Community Coordinator, made the list. Stacie is one of only four women to be selected for both this year’s 30 under 30 awards and Cornwall Live’s 60 most inspiring women in Cornwall.


Celebrating our female Quieteers

Reflecting with my friend and fellow Coach, Vicky today, it’s incredible to think that it wasn’t so long ago that Quiet Connections was a seed of an idea and I questioned if I was the person to start it.

We’ve quickly grown from one self-doubting woman resisting a seed of an idea, to a Quiet Community of ‘unicorns uniting’. An awesome tribe of quietly courageous women (and, increasingly, inspiring men too) bringing people together, reframing quiet and speaking the unspoken, because we all deeply believe in the power of truly connecting.

So let us share our gratitude, appreciation and respect for all these ladies -and the men- that have joined in the Quiet mission and shaped Quiet Connections for the better. From the Directors to the Coaches, Connectors, Writers, Mentors, and all our Quieteers that work with us or spread the world.

I love that Quiet Connections is now a platform from which our Quieteers are stretching and growing, and being recognised for their achievements and potential. Keep on stretching ladies and gents. YOU are truly awesome. YOU are enough 💙 And you always belong.

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  • Hayley Stanton

    Hi, I’m Hayley - the original quieteer. I, too, identify as a quiet person. I’m naturally a highly sensitive introvert and I love and appreciate my quiet strengths now, but I spent much of my life not feeling good enough and experiencing social anxiety. I missed so many opportunities because I was afraid of being judged harshly, criticised and rejected – and because I doubted that I had the ‘right’ personality to succeed. Quiet Connections exists in part because I had a fantastic coach who helped me to work through old patterns of keeping myself small and hidden so that I could show up and be seen to play my part in creating the more connected, curious and compassionate world that I dream of. Now, I’m passionate about helping quiet people discover their unique qualities, gifts, passions and experiences and explore how best to use these to express themselves more authentically and contribute to the world in a way that works with their quieter or more sensitive nature. Get to know me here.

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