I’m delighted to bring to you today an interview with Pamela Slim.
Pamela Slim is an award-winning author, speaker and leader in the new
world of work. She spent the first 10 years of her solo practice as a
consultant to large corporations such as Hewlett-Packard, Charles
Schwab and Cisco Systems, where she worked with thousands of
employees, managers and executives. In 2005, she started the Escape
from Cubicle Nation blog, which is now one of the top career and
business sites on the web. She’s a frequently quoted as a business
expert in press such as The New York Times, BusinessWeek, and
Psychology Today. She also describes herself as “a proud suburban mom
in Mesa, AZ who enjoys the look on people’s faces when she tells them
she is also a black belt in Mixed Martial Arts (it comes in handy when
fighting for the last good bunch of kale at the grocery store). She is
the author of the award winning book Escape from Cubicle Nation: From
Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur (Penguin Portfolio, 2009).
Her second book Body of Work, (Penguin Portfolio, 2014) is newly
In our conversation, we chat about:
-Pam’s story and the evolution of her career
-her new “body of work” model for thinking about your career, and why
it’s so helpful
-what Pam does when she experiences self-doubt
-some of her favorite lessons learned from mentors and dear friends
and much more!
Listen to Tara and Pamela Slim’s conversation via audio here
Download as Mp3 Interview with Pamela Slim
You can learn more from Pam, get her free articles, and check out Body
of Work HERE.