Pam Hendrickson is the former executive vice president of content development for Tony Robbins where she developed and delivered coaching programs, high-end products, and more. Since leaving her position, she has won several Stevie Awards for her entrepreneurial achievements and co-authored the bestselling book, Make, Market, Launch IT: the Ultimate Product Creation System for Turning Your Ideas into Income. Today, Pam helps clients create information programs and products that support their overall business strategy and lifestyle goals. Pam is the product development strategist and the founder of Pam Hendrickson Consulting Group.
You come into this world with nothing, you leave with nothing all you have is what you give while you are here. – Pam Hendrickson
Pam was able to utilize the relationships that she has nurtured throughout the years to help her launch her business. More time in the planning always means less in the execution. Success Habit: Don’t do it alone. Reach out and be around positive people.
Pam’s One Idea
After going through a life-altering experience, Pam realized that even though she loved her job, she needed a job that will support her being a mom. Her business is a combination of what she loves and what she’s good at, helping people and putting together products & services or content.
Pam considers her business as a lesson learned from many mistakes. Her business today is a combination of consulting with other businesses and helping other entrepreneurs package their ideas to build their business.
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♦ The challenge is understanding the type of business you want to create so that you build enough support behind you. “Systems are the key that unlock our ability to fulfill our potential.”
♦ 5 mindset hacks:
-Clarity about you: Take the time to get really clear about what you want for your business.
-Clarity about your customer: If you try to market to everybody, you end up reaching no one.
-Make the big shift from “doer” to “marketer”: The question becomes, “what does my market really want/need?”
-Give yourself permission to evolve.
-Understand: To get the audience’s attention is to engage.
5 Moves To Start A New Business
If they were to start another business today, they would concentrate on this key factor:
- Who: Who am I and who’s my customer?
- What: What is the core value that you’re giving the customer?
- When: Have a schedule and map out what you’re going to do.
- Where: Will you work out of your home? What kind of infrastructure do you need?
- Why: What’s the bigger message that you’re here to share?
Human Options by Norman Cousins