Speaking Highlight Reel

Take 3 Minutes and get to know Kristoffer Carter



I speak at the intersection of
Workplace Culture, Total Motivation, &
‘Permission to Glow in the Dark’



The rooms we collaborate in should vibrate with Big Ideas. In my last corporate role, I had the privilege of expanding the hearts and minds of our new hires for 56 consecutive months. During that time I crafted some of the most outrageous, moving, and actionable strategies for high-engagement culture.



I speak regularly at regional, and national events. Talking to teams is one of my favorite formats. Contact me directly here. I’d love to hear more about your event.










Kristoffer Carter (“KC”) is a spiritual teacher at the intersection of consciousness and business. He is the founder of This Epic Life, a website and podcast devoted to conscious living, which has created a daily meditation practice for thousands. As a meditation teacher and workshop designer, KC has 6,500 active students on Insight Timer, with 120K streams.


As an executive coach, Kristoffer works with leaders at Amazon, AT&T, Avery-Dennison, and many start-ups and mid-sized multi-generational family businesses.


Kristoffer is also an accomplished international speaker, emcee, and retreat leader whose work has appeared in Business Insider, onstage at TEDx and Wisdom 2.0, and in countless other events. Permission to Glow is his first book.


Kristoffer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and rhetoric from Kent State University and is a certified professional coach with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).


He is a disciple of the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda, through Self-Realization Fellowship, and their lineage of masters. Touring as a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter in his teens, Kristoffer continues to write songs and produce his teenage daughter’s band. He lives in Akron, OH with his wife of twenty-two years and their three children.


Kristoffer built his experience with Centro, who won the #1 Best Place to Work in Fortune Magazine, Advertising Age, and for an unprecedented four straight years by Crains’ Business Chicago.





Download the “Impact of Culture” Overview


View the full (14 min) Wisdom 2.0 talk What Steve Jobs Learned from Paramahansa Yogananda.