Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another,
‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one’
— C.S. Lewis
In our home, we practice a Hawaiian phrase we learned in the islands called Ohana. It means, ‘family regardless of blood’, and, ‘NO family member is ever left behind.’
I’m passionate about arming women to successfully fight the day-to-day battles that can leave war wounds. Defining ourselves is the first step towards an abundant life! The Modern Woman’s Life magazine was created to inspire women to discover their strengths and enjoy the ripples of putting into practice their authentic selves.
Most households today functioning on survival mode. As a home-based entrepreneur, I’ve experienced the great benefits of increased income and the rare commodity of more time.
When I slowed down the chaos, I became more mindful of relationships, took better care of myself and improved our overall financial status.
My heart goes out to the women fighting the endless battle of working harder, longer, and faster. My desire is to share with women the talents, abilities and hard-knock lessons that may propel us to a healthy, wealthy, wise and abundant life!
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Of course, I hope you enjoy the articles and find something you can use in your daily walk.
Most importantly, let’s build ourselves, and then reach out to other women on their journey. Share with them your losses and wins throughout your life. You might have one little tip that helps someone maneuver a life skirmish. Sometimes just knowing you aren’t the only one to experience battles, makes the war easier to engage in. Perhaps your life lessons will feed her soul too.
9 years ago I had a teacher that believed I could be something. That my dreams were attainable. That my art WAS good. She worked through my tough spirit and pushed me to be better, to do better. To look at the smallest details. I graduated a year early as Salutatorian with my Senior project on Photography. This week I finally got a job I love and always wanted. As a photographer.
Thank you Pam Vincent for TREC. And all the love you poured into us.
Being deaf, as well as suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, job hunting can be difficult. Pam helped me create a resume, upgraded my skills by having me do work for her magazine, and prepared me for job interviews. Without her help, I would not be as confident as I am today.
Pam helped me take the first step to becoming an entrepreneur, even though it was scary! She helped me to see how my dream would look in reality! Today I’m making 56% more money than when I was an employee and working less hours. I have more time for family and my favorite pastime—my hubby and fishing! I straight up think she’s fabulous!
I have known Pam Vincent since 1998, as her Licensed Massage Therapist. Having this personal connection I have been blessed to see her move beyond her local newspaper articles, Teacher and Administrator to a very successful Author of numerous books, Speaker, Coach and Editor. She is a gifted and talented gardener, Mother, Wife and Self-Employed powerful woman of grace. I wish her well on these next chapters ahead a screenwriter and I know more success and dynamic adventures await this amazing woman that I am blessed to call my friend.
Loved your writing class! Wow do you pack a lot into it! Very well organized, succinct, personal, great enthusiasm, conversational, interesting to listen to, and informative. I like your use of personal stories and examples (such as your comment about Helen Steiner Rice). It was wonderful to have a rundown of magazines to submit to and how to find what they are looking for. Nice! What you said, “Write from passion first.” was one of my favorite statements. You inspired me! Went home and spent hours working on a project – I think you will like it too! I am always so amazed at what a wonderful speaker and teacher you are. Thank you x infinity!
Pam, my website, resume and cover page looks excellent. You have been a tremendous help! And thank you for the encouragement, I bet you know more about the difficulties of job searching than just about anyone.
To Writers, Entrepreneurs and Dreamers;
I fight with all the acronyms out there: ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder, and FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), SOS (shiny object syndrome) and procrastination. Not only did Pam help me research the information to make things happen, she nagged me until I followed through with submitting my writing for publication.
I’m excited to have my first article go live on the Huffington Post. To all the writers and online Entrepreneurs, never give up. With a little hard work and determination anything is possible. Thanks Pam for believing in me, helping me and pushing me to get it done!
The Build Your Own Opportunities class is a superb catalyst for the entrepreneur to build a strategy for successfully handling business in the 21st Century marketplace. Pam helps you focus on the small things so that you can handle the big things with an entrepreneurial ease. I have been in business for several years now, but sometimes I get so caught up in doing business that I fail to adequately take care of my business. This class has helped me to incorporate a business strategy that allows me to do both with excellence.
Entrepreneur, teacher, motivator, and equipper Pamala J. Vincent is an overflowing basket of information poised to help others tap into their potential. Her workshops teach the how-to of starting a business from her own wealth of experience and research. Pam is passionate to see people reach out and take hold of their dreams—dreams that not only satisfy but also bring in a sustainable income. Her classes will not disappoint. Rather, they will give participants what is needed to succeed with their goals.