Useful, pragmatic guide for building a great life and business

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empire-builder-strikes-back-180x300I have been extremely lucky this year to work directly with Chris Guillebeau, founder of the great blog The Art of Nonconformity and upcoming book of the same name.

By the time this month finishes up, we will have worked with 450 positive, optimistic and smart entrepreneurs in our $100 Business Forum program.

The one thing I have found through this experience is that there is a lot of information to cover when starting a business.  Many people start passionately, then get stumped by the sheer volume of things to know and do to build a sustainable business.

Which is why Chris designed his new program, The Empire Building Kit, to deliver a simple lesson once a day for an entire year.

You can purchase this program starting now, 9am Pacific on Tuesday, May 18, for the next 24 hours. After that, the page closes.

This will be great for you if:

  • You need ongoing motivation and support to launch your business
  • You want very specific examples of business models that work, used by non-sleezy people who make a full-time living doing what they enjoy
  • You learn well in an e-learning environment, with emails, videos and blog posts

If it is not for you, rock on. This will not be a solution for everyone. Carry on with your day. 🙂

I have never met anyone as focused on quality and customer service as Chris. He is totally committed to delivering value to his people. And the quality of his work is excellent.

I am proud to be an affiliate partner for Chris today. I rarely promote affiliate products, and this is because I want to make sure I can stand behind them 100%. I stand behind this one. And behind Chris. He is as solid as they come.

If you are interested in checking out the product, the link is here:

Build Your Own Empire in 1 Year

To your success!


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11 Responses to “Useful, pragmatic guide for building a great life and business”

  1. There are so many day to day tasks involved in the running of a business that sometimes it is easy to become ‘bogged-down’ and to lose the momentum to move forward. Getting useful tips like this from an external source is worthwhile!

  2. Tracy Selena says:

    Thanks a lot for this. By the way, that “Master Yoda” version looks quite cute.

    You might want to check out this link
    It will help you achieve the most with your very limited time. Learn to manage your time and not the other way around. It helped me a lot, so I’m hoping it could be of help to you too.

  3. Thanks Pam, sounds like a great package. I’ll make sure I take a look.

  4. Tyler Hurst says:

    Quite tempting. Is it a series of “get off your ass” emails? I’d pay for that.

    • Pamela says:

      That and more Tyler. Real world case studies with business models. That to me is a really key ingredient — how do all the pieces fit together?

      If you picked it up via my affiliate link, thank you for contributing to the Slim household diaper/movie fund. We all appreciate it! 🙂

  5. Dara Bell says:

    The Afterthought
    A successful empire could be built with Escape From Cubicle Nation and Build Your Own Empire. Certainly for any aspiring Jedi, to nick your theme for second.

    • Pamela says:

      I love your thoughts and afterthoughts Dara! And yes, I love the collaboration with Chris, since our work really fits nicely together. Perhaps our product could be The Empire Strikes Back? 🙂

  6. Dara Bell says:

    Your photo makes me laugh. I love your Star Wars themes that run through your life. Still have to pick up a copy of your book for brother doing a side hustle. Really hope I had some like you to affliate market me.

    I do think the customer service ticket is the one to ride at the moment even though I heard Olgivy say it was Sales and Marketing. Speaking from an advertsing perpesctive.

  7. Hey Pam!

    Thanks so much for the support. You are a fantastic partner to work with, and I really appreciate your endorsement.

    Now, to head back over to the forum and check in with out May group…


  8. Chris Mower says:

    Very cool. Thanks 🙂 I’ve always enjoyed reading Chris’ blog.

    • Pamela says:

      I love it too Chris, I joke with Chris G. that I live vicariously through his travels as often the farthest I get in my week is Safeway. 🙂