Pam Chambers | Empowered Women Collection

โ€œCuriosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people." - Leo Burnett

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She is witty and graceful, charming and full of life, poised and professional.  Pam Chambers is a professional speaker, presentation coach, and corporate trainer. As a woman who has been in business for over 30 years her mission is to help people be the best they can be in how they come across to the world.  From dress and language to networking skills and etiquette she is the pro who creates a safe environment for her students to receive helpful feedback to elevate their personal and professional presentation.  

As I got to sit and chat with Pam, the one word that sums up our time together is 'vitality'.  Motivated by curiosity and taking great pride in accomplishing anything new, even if it's seemingly insignificant, her genuine love of life and exploration is evident in her interest in people and conscious engagement with everything and every one she encounters.  The light of living a full and fulfilling life shines from her face as she speaks of enjoying a lifestyle where she is free to create her own reality and pursue the things she values.  

No one who listens to her speak would imagine that her greatest weakness was once the exact opposite of what she is now so well know for.  Named by Honolulu Magazine as one of Hawaii's 10 Most Admired Women, no one would know that her greatest fear used to be having all eyes on her. She is a beautiful example of the vitality of life rising up to conquer and overcome the limiting agreements of the past and creating a path of power where once was weakness and resistance.  

I am greatly inspired to cultivate curiosity and motivated to confront the resistance in any situation I have yet to overcome. Her influence and example is powerful and her presence, joy and vitality is certainly that of an empowered woman who has not been afraid to do the work.  

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