Everybody has a story. But not everyone has a story to tell. Stephanie E. Wilson-Coleman’s life narrative is a testament that anyone can have a story worth telling. Stephanie’s story began in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she graduated at the top of her class at the historic Little Rock Central High School. This she managed to do despite becoming a mother at 15, experiencing sexual abuse and molestation. Ironically, she turned the anxiety and social guilt of her predicament into the drive to achieve academic and professional excellence. With triumph, trials come — any good story has these elements. Stephanie’s test was overcoming the trauma of an emotionally draining marriage that ended in divorce just as she was being laid off from work, the victim of corporate downsizing. Loss of love and livelihood left her in financial ruin and temporarily homeless. But the story gets better. See, that top-of-the-class thing was no fluke. The same drive that lead her to complete high school with honors led Stephanie to earn her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas and cinch a MBA from the University of Chicago. She even studied economics and finance in Singapore and Barcelona, Spain. Today, through the organization she founded, The Champagne Connection, Stephanie helps others to complete their stories by helping them to conquer fear and to learn to love themselves — just as she did. She possesses a sincere desire to help others to understand that their dreams have the power to produce successful, prosperous lives. Exhorting others to “live the life you imagine,” Stephanie’s The Champagne Connection teaches people how to resolve conflicts, achieve goals, boost self-esteem, build confidence and create financial prosperity. Known as “The Empowerment Doctor,” Stephanie shares an inspirational and life-changing message through her company’s workshops, seminars, books, CDs, videos and other speaking engagements. She is also the author of Amazon.com’s highly popular books “Is Anybody Listening: A Journey to Wholeness”, “Embracing Life’s Lessons: Journey to Inner Peace and Tranquility” and “Be Sure You Dance.” Stephanie wants the world to know: We can’t always control how our story starts, but we can write ourselves a better ending — even a happy one.
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