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Backstage Pass with Stacy Kearns

Many people who live in Charlotte, NC are transplants.  Either a person grew up there and were ready to leave on the first thing out of the city or people moved to the Queen City for a job.  That isn’t the case when it comes to Stacy.  Career Coach and Talent Manager Stacy Kearns was born and raised in Charlotte.  She loves her city so much, she remains there today!  

Although Charlotte, has a lot to offer, Kearns is more focused on her personal business - to help people reach their goals concerning their careers and help them go further than they ever imagined with their talents.  However, when she is not focused on helping people further their dreams, she does take the time to enjoy some hobbies.  Those include shopping, being a foodie, enjoying a good movie, and being a huge fan of the Carolina Panthers.  Recently, she added a new addition to her family - a beautiful Shih Tzu named Charlie.  

Kearns herself is a motivation to many people.  While growing up in Dixie, a former country area in Charlotte, she did not have indoor plumbing and used a well to get water.  Due to the fact her family had their own farm for meat, vegetables, and fruit, trips to the grocery store did not happen often.  Although she appreciates the lessons learned from her upbringing, she knew she wanted more for her life.  



Although a self-proclaimed tomboy, Kearns is well-versed on how to dress to impress for job interviews.  During the economic downturn of 2008, not only was she not unemployed long, but she also was able to get a promotion in a declining economy.  It is during this time, someone pointed out her success and people began coming to her for help.  That is when SKY Unlimited was born!

Kearns has a straight-forward, no nonsense approach when it comes to her clients.  She wants them to reach their full potential and she will push them until they do so!  If you are not doing what she thinks you should be doing, you may just get a visit from Storm, which is her favorite superheroine.  

When she is not working hard or focusing on any of her hobbies, she enjoys vacationing by the water.  Whether it is on the beach or on a cruise, she loves the calming effects of the ocean.  

Kearns’ biggest inspiration is her mom.  Her mom sacrificed so much in order to provide for the family.  It is the sacrifices, strength and courage of Kearns’ mom, as well as her grandparents, that has shaped her into the woman she is today.  

If you are looking for a job or looking to get a promotion, her best advice is to not give up!  Never be afraid to jump to reach your goals.  You will never know if you don’t try!  

To reach Stacy, click here.  Once you have completed your consultation, you will work together to determine the path that is going to work for you!  She’s already looking forward to working with you!  

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