If Entrepreneurship is a gift, and if you have it, is it one you wish to keep? Or, if you had to do it over again…would you return to sender? Read more →
Author: Stephanie Huffman
Should I self publish?
Epiphany University is something we created when we realized that certain people who came to us just weren’t ready to take on routine services. They needed a little more time, they needed a little more information. So we created an author track and a business track, and we have two hour courses within each of those tracks that are designed… Read more →
“Don’t Talk to Squirrels…or Hotdogs”
If you recognized the line when our email hit your inbox, then you might be a listener of the popular How I Built This podcast from NPR. If our opening lines have you scratching your head, believe it or not, that’s good! If you’re still confused, we really do have a point. And if you’ve kept reading this far—it worked.… Read more →
What you need to know about online gaming.
If you have a gamer in your family or in your office, you know the power and the commitment that comes along with that form of entertainment. Gaming (video games, internet games, etc.) is a multi-billion dollar industry, which was only intensified by the COVID. Enter Roblox…the world’s most popular game as of this writing. Heard of it yet? If… Read more →
Is Your Website Secure?
Ever visited a website only to see this warning pop up in the browser, “Not Secure” when you type in the address to view it? And, have you looked lately to see if your website is showing that to your viewers? If you haven’t checked lately, you might want to. Is your website secure? Many prospects and customers won’t… Read more →
Do You Know Where Your Email List Is?
What would you do if your email list was suddenly hacked or missing? It was a normal Monday morning. The usual routine. Once checking the project management system for that day we noticed the ping to begin working on one particular Client’s email for the month. When we accessed the usual logins, we were informed upon attempted entry… Read more →
ART: Meant To Serve And To Love?
Creative work and design is a process. It manifests itself in many forms. Visual arts, such as painting, sketching, watercolor, sculpture, photography or videos, legal work, writing, etc… portray life or emotions for viewers to consider and appreciate—or not. Timeless concerts, piano concertos, all forms of music and the mastery of instruments make up just a part of performance art.… Read more →
The Techliterati: An Old Club With New Members
Prior to March, many of us were still holding out on some technological options that we had access to, but just perhaps weren’t interested in understanding or willing to take the time to learn. The Great Quarantine has now changed all that. We’ve become tech-literate. Whereas before those around us may have sounded like they were speaking code talking… Read more →
Owning A Business: Not For The Faint Of Heart
The pandemic will make billionaires of some and bankrupt others. Businesses have been around for centuries. Regardless of era or culture, people from antiquity have created or provided services and have been compensated for their work. Recently, all businesses around the world took a shock when the Pandemic of 2020 hit the global economy and shook commerce to… Read more →
The Great Cleansing: One Silver Lining to The Pandemic Dark Cloud
Spring Cleaning used to be something we tried to “get around to doing.” Until now. This year, because of the pandemic, it’s mandatory. Worldwide. For those of the Jewish persuasion, you’ll have a tendency to feel as if you all created that lovely tradition. And in truth, you kinda did. If you know your history, the Old Testament required that… Read more →