Author: Stephanie Huffman

Why Every CEO Needs A Book: Establishing You As The Expert In Your Field

Credibility. That’s what you want to exude. And let’s face it, it’s necessary to ensure your abilities to your potential and current clientele. You know the drill: when someone tells you that they published a book, your ears perk up and you take them much more seriously. They move up a notch on the “important” or “legit” scale in your… Read more →

Something You’ll Hear at Epiphany (And Elsewhere!)

As I stepped into the conference room, it was an all too familiar drill. Grab a cup of coffee, find a place to sit, and settle in for a firehose of incoming information. Fortunately, I found an empty chair next to a very successful entrepreneur I had met here last year (Ontrapolooza 2017). We chatted and he talked about his… Read more →

It’s not too late! Let’s get you HOLIDAY ready!

Pumpkin spice lattes, seasonal items on retail shelves, and fall related emails from businesses and competitors in your inbox. If you haven’t noticed, fall is here, and the holiday train is on the tracks and roaring in your direction. While most of the world has been out celebrating and enjoying wrapping up summer, believe it or not, those of us… Read more →

Epiphany U is here for YOU!

If you’ve seen the TV show “Billions,” you’ll most likely find it easy to make the connection from the message of that show to the surging trend of “coaching” in the business world. It’s just like going to the gym. The idea that someone can help you reach your goals while working out is now relating to someone coaching a… Read more →

The Imposter Syndrome

We The People…Fake it ’til you make it There’s a new term buzzing around and if you haven’t already become familiar with it, you will want to catch up. It’s garnering such attention that lifestyle coaches are even selling their sessions and expertise on the matter by the droves. It’s a bit reminiscent of what it must have felt like… Read more →

Are you a Neo-Luddite?

As we enjoyed the beautiful spring weather outside the neighborhood coffee shop, I asked the lovely college senior sitting across from me about this new trend I keep hearing about of folks her age rejecting certain forms of social media. A personal friend of mine has already joined their ranks by removing all social media from her cell phone, and, in addition,… Read more →