Pam writes and speaks career, life, and success issues. Pam's books include: The Eleven Commandments of Wildly Successful Women, The Twelfth Commandment of Wildly Successful Women, and Leadership Secrets of Elizabeth I. She also co-authored Under the Carmel Valley Sun with her husband, Fred. They write and speak about remodeling and relationships.
"Regardless what I’m doing and the circumstances, my relationship to those circumstances are completely under my control. It’s very empowering to know that." Barbara Bordow Osach, Financial Coach and Author, Connecticut
Wildly successful women tell me they believe in the power of choice in order to manage the one thing in life that they truly can control: their thoughts. They remain positive and energetic with life-enhancing thought patterns. This core belief that they have the power to choose affects every aspect of their lives: their strength and energy to build fulfilling careers; their ability to show compassion and create caring relationships; their talent for leading others, and their proclivity for living interesting lives. It is the source of their joie de vivre.
Whether we see ourselves gracefully gliding across a dance floor or sitting comfortably at the sidelines, every day we dance to our own rhythm of life—sometimes fast and chaotic and other times slow and repetitive. How we interpret the music of life determines our view of ourselves and our lives.
Women admire other women as much for their ability to overcome challenges with grace, as for developing wonderful businesses—maybe more. Many successful women see life as a great adventure despite many complications. While many survived amazingly difficult situations, survival is not the same thing as growth. The importance of their messages comes from their transformation into stronger, wiser women with more courage and grace than ever before.
Get in step with the rhythm of success. Do what they do when faced with life’s complications:
·Appreciate even welcome difficult periods of life
Besides writing and speaking on topics relating to women in business, entrepreneurship and success, Pam loves to encourage others to try things they’ve never done before to expand their interests and relationships. Pam and her husband did just that by renovating a house—with their own hands and writing about it in their newly released she-said, he-said book Under the Carmel Valley Sun: An Adventure in Remodeling, Relationships and Red Wine. Check it out at www.underthecarmelvalleysun.com.