Category Archives: Epiphany Channel Project Related

Epiphanies on Writing, Love, Death + Never Telling the Same Story Twice – EVER (?!): An Interview with Cindy Chupack Part Deux

As promised, here is the second part of my interview with the award-winning writer, Cindy Chupack. Just in case you missed Part One (don’t miss out, you’ll love it!), below is a little about her and then you can read … Continue reading

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Life, Love, Epiphanies, and Marriage, “The Longest Date.” An Interview with Cindy Chupack

Cindy Chupack is best known as an Emmy-winning TV writer/producer whose credits include Modern Family, Sex and the City, and Everybody Loves Raymond. After her New York Times bestseller The Between Boyfriends Book, her new comic memoir about marriage The … Continue reading

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You Are Here! How Being Present Can Change Your Life (and even help heal MS)

You are HERE! ~Kate Milliken Sometimes while working and going through my daily routine, I will run across the interviews I’ve done and sometimes I will even take the time to stop and watch the videos again. It’s so funny, … Continue reading

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An Interview with Maya Angelou and How It Changed My Life

A few years ago, I had the honor of interviewing Dr. Maya Angelou for my book, Epiphany. I reached out to Dr. Angelou because several requests had come in via my website for her to be interviewed, and then I … Continue reading

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Matt Flannery’s Epiphany to start Kiva.org + How He Made It Happen

We seem separated by distance, culture, language, religion, etc., but the fact is our fates around the world are really intertwined and the things we value are similar. If everyone just knew that, we could bridge our perceived separateness,and the world … Continue reading

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