SPOS #395 – Your Body Of Work With Pamela Slim

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Welcome to episode #395 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. What do you do for a living? How many times have you been asked that question? If you don’t have a nine-to-five job, but are currently trying to build a life that includes some semblance of meaningful work, that question gets even more difficult to answer. It’s less about the work that you do, the community that you serve and how you connect with people online and much more about how all of these pieces now come together to create a meaningful life. Few understand the intricacies of this like Pamela Slim. In 2005, she started the Escape From Cubicle Nation blog that quickly spawned a massive bestselling business book of the same name. The award-winning author, business coach, speaker and martial artist (yes, don’t mess with her!), recently released her second book, Body Of Work, that is less of a book and much of a workbook around prodding people to question their work and to find points of connection that will – hopefully – help them define, develop and nurture a career that is more meaningful. This ability to understand and develop one’s own story is the crux of Body Of Work. It’s an important read. Enjoy the conversation…

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  1. Fascinating interview. I’ve been self-employed since 2000, and I enjoy my primary business. But at this stage of my life it no longer feels like a calling. That’s why I launched a 2nd company a year ago – at 50. Unusual? No, not that rare. I’ve found that the drive to do more personally meaningful work is a strong for a lot of people my age. I wonder if Pam has found this to be true, as well.

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