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In BTT 030, I chat with Pamela Slim—business coach, and acclaimed author of Escape from Cubicle Nation and Body of Work.
Pamela talks about her work helping diverse entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life and building a local and truly inclusive community at K’é Main Street Learning Lab in downtown Mesa, Arizona. We discuss the importance of allowing the time and space for the messiness of the creative process. From handling feedback to knowing when to further hone an idea and when to let go of perfectionism, Pamela shares her wisdom from over 20 years of coaching. We also discuss how to be more intentionally connected to your community, yourself and your body of work. This episode is full of wisdom on ways to more intentionally connect and better enjoy your life while living it.
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