This is the question Elise Ballard began asking everyone from world-renowned figures such as Dr. Oz, Deepak Chopra, Ali MacGraw, Maya Angelou and Barry Manilow to amazing people like Carol Lanning, a fifth-grade teacher, Christopher Lee, a missionary in Africa, and Stacey Lannert, a woman recently released from prison. Ranging from dramatic miracles to simple realizations, the many stories of Epiphany will make you laugh, cry, contemplate or reconsider, and all have the power to inspire, encourage and transform.
A 4-Hour Course with Elise that can stand alone or is a great companion to the Epiphany book to help you understand, manifest and utilize epiphanies as one of the greatest (and many times overlooked!) tools for your life.
World renowned cardiologist, teacher, best-selling author and Emmy Award-winning host of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Oz, talks about the epiphany that changed his life and sent his career in an entirely different direction. Read more about Dr. Oz’s epiphany.
The goal is to move from just knowledge, which is information, to understanding, which is awareness.
-Dr. Mehmet Oz
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About.com Profiled Elise for their Women In Business Series. READ IT HERE.
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Elise’s Article “Class Notes from Oprah’s LifeClass with Deepak Chopra” is available on Psychology Today
“Simple question, simple answer. But it changed the course of my life, and I thank my dad every day for his guidance and love for me.” Photo by Erich Schlegel I was in college at SMU (Southern Methodist University) and … Continue reading →
This is a submitted epiphany from one of our awesome readers / members of our community. Happy Mothers’ Day! “There’s no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one.” ~Jill Churchill As a … Continue reading →