daily bizcard 02: pam slim

["Permission". You can buy the print here etc.]

Entrepreneur/Author Pam Slim did such a good job guest blogging for me the other day I thought, why not? Give the gal her own daily bizcard.

She gave me some themes to work with: freedom, claim your own authority, you don’t need permission. I went with the latter.

Pam has the same book publisher and editor as myself (that’s how we got to know each other). Her book, “Escape From Cubicle Nation” is wonderful.

[Pam, please send me an email (gapingvoid@gmail.com) with the details that you want to see on the back, and I’ll print up a free batch of 100 bizcards for you. Thanks!]

[The Daily Bizcard archive is here etc.]

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