The Reason for This Monthly Send Goes Far Beyond Sharing Just News

I’ve spent years collecting, creating and discovering the best ideas for developing impactful content and world-class products.

Lately, I realized I have so much incredible information to share—with more coming to me (and more that I’m developing) all the time—I’m too excited and inspired to wait.

What better way to pass it along than in quick, grab-and-go bites once a month?

After all, my #1 goal is always to give you information on how you can make an impact for your business, right now—right after you read and view my info.

It’s my mission, it’s my Big Why, and the reason I am reaching out like this. Take a moment to watch my video for a quick backstory on how it all came to be, and what you can look forward to each month.

Good stuff—powerful, useful stuff—is coming your way. Get excited!

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7 Responses to “The Big Why: Bringing Your Ideas to Life”

  1. Clare Dreyer

    Hey Pam! Love your message as always!

    So glad to see you and hear more about the things you are thinking about!

    I am only 2 weeks away from retiring from my day job…wahoo…and then traveling to Japan for 2 weeks and I, too, am going through big changes.

    Today, 1 year ago, I came home from the hospital after having my double mastectomy to eliminate breast cancer from my body. Luckily I didn’t have to go through chemo or radiation but that surgery was more than I anticipated. I am still dealing with scar tissue issues.

    One year later I am sincerely re-evaluating my priorities and my life focus like you!

    So glad you are doing well and I love following your journey and being a part of your tribe!

    Hugs to you today and always!

    • Pam Hendrickson

      Clare, what a journey, right?!? So happy you are cancer free (CONGRATS on your 1-year mark!) —and yes, I think all of it takes a toll. I’m doing well – just starting my radiation treatments but I keep visualizing the armies being sent in to fight and make sure I’m cancer-free for the long haul. And, appreciating all the lessons and thinking time – and most important, connections – that this crazy time in life has brought. Stay in touch, especially as you figure out your new priorities and focus. So much love to you! XO

  2. Jon Chandonnet

    Such an awesome video, real and raw, and at the core of of what I’ve been struggling with. I appreciate your insights, and SO happy to hear from you!

  3. Bruny

    Hope you get well soon Pam!
    Last year my mom and my husband found out that they had cancer too. I prayed every day and visualized an invisible fence (like the one used for dogs) was protecting them and keeping it away from them.
    I know it sounds crazy, but it worked. Today they are both cancer free!
    Will be praying for your prompt recovery and doing the same visualization for you.
    I haven’t met you but feel you are a fantastic person.
    Thanks for all your great online advise and beautiful message today.
    It came right on time since I’m starting my online journey and agree with you that helping people and the impact of the message we deliver is what really matters.
    Remeber you are always at the right place, time and that every that happens is what needs to happen as hard as it may be. This new Pam that I’m listening today is emerging cancer-free with a unique voice!
    Don’t worry about the way you look. We live in a society obsessed with this. Let’s not forget what matters in life. We will all age, and the looks will be gone but the way we lived and impacted the lives of others, will dictate how we will be remembered.
    Praying for you…

    Big hug, Bruny

    • Pam Hendrickson

      Thanks Bruny for your wonderful note! Yes, it’s been a journey and it’s the ultimate life lesson that who you are has nothing to do with what you look like on the outside (although I will admit I am eager to have hair again for many reasons…) 🙂 I think your visualizations are great – every time I’m in treatment, I visualize that treatment going in like a giant white light and doing what it needs to to ensure that I’m cancer-free. And, I’m THRILLED that your mom and husband are doing well – support is everything to someone going through this journey and they are very lucky to have you in their corner! That must have been a lot for you to deal with all at one time. Keep in touch on your journey and let us know how we can help! 🙂

  4. Tony

    Wishing you speedy recovery 🙂 Yes, concentrate on the message instead of trying to spend next 25 years mastering something else – got it! and Thanks.

  5. Winnie Anderson

    Great seeing you as always Pam and so happy you’re on the road to recovery.

    This is powerful for me because it validates some thoughts I’ve had (and we all love to be validated don’t we ;-]); but also because I think it speaks to the need to focus our message as well. The old saying “an inch wide and a mile deep” has been playing in my head today.

    And I think we all need to courageously share our POV and be comfortable with repelling people — helping them to recognize we’re not for them while helping the right audience say YES.

    We want to work with people who totally buy into our POV and the solution we offer.

    Thanks for the reminder and for this addition to the valuable content you already share.


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