Who do you think you are?

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In March of this year, I had the great privilege of attending and speaking at Andrea J. Lee’s event The Wealthy Thought Leader in Vancouver, Canada.

My topic is Who do you think you are? It is about leadership, authority and backbone. I hope you enjoy it!

Who do you think you are? from Pamela Slim on Vimeo.

Thank you so much for sharing this video with me Andrea!

She is holding another event at the end of September in San Francisco, check it out here.

People I referred to in this presentation:

Charlie Gilkey
Andrea J. Lee
Glenda Watson-Hyatt
Karl B. Stewart
Pace and Kyeli
Becky Blanton

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17 Responses to “Who do you think you are?”

  1. Sital says:

    Hi Pam, thanks for sharing this.
    Loved the “…normal people don’t change the world line” – brilliant!

  2. A big left thumb up for you, sis! I’m so proud of you and how far you’ve come since “that” post. I’m curious to see what’s next for you.

  3. Linda says:

    Being biracial and with a big mix of a lot of other interests, I was glad to find this video. It gave me that home port feeling. Another place to be understood. Thank you.

  4. Kristina says:

    Great video, Pam! Thank you for the continued inspiration and thought leadership.

  5. Lynn Clark says:

    I loved this, and I did stand up in my PJs and proclaim myself.

  6. shanna says:

    love it [and you], pam. you are on, a joy to listen to, and this was exactly what i needed tonight. i’ll go to bed with a big smile on my face now 🙂

    you so rock, and you are more than enough!

  7. Brava Pam! I was riveted. I’m going to post this on my blog after the holiday weekend so more people will get to see it.

  8. Pace Smith says:


    Yay! This is a fantastic presentation, and I’ll be sharing it with my tribe. You’re such a good public speaker. And I love your outfit. I’m honored to have been a part of it!

  9. Cheryl Dolan says:

    I have heard this question many times in my past . . . emphasis on the “WHO” (hear sarcasm here). What a refreshing “flip” to just be asked the question with no accusation – just curiosity – well now let’s see, I AM . . . (turns out it’s the same answer – but now it feels so positive!!) hmmmm . . . tone of voice has so much power. Thanks Pam!!

  10. Lisa Evans says:

    LOVE this talk and love YOU! Like Glenda, I remember “back then” as well and I continue to admire and be inspired by all that you do. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this, Pam. I agree with Andy…”This is me and I will be kicking some ass today.”

  11. Amanda Wang says:

    Ha! I was shadow boxing in my pajamas saying “This is who I am and it is enough!” Love it!

  12. Whoaaaa Pam, just got goosebumps all over again. I can’t believe this was 3 months ago!

    You calling me out at 7:31 with “certain people to remain un-named – where’s Tia” just cracks me the heck up. So much has happened since then. Each day I stand up taller, as a leader in my own right, claiming my passion, joy and authority in all pretty-young-Indian-New Zealand- Nutella- loving-Canadianness. And each day, it gets better.

    This is who I am, It is enough. MORE THAN ENOUGH!

    Tia, the weirdo

    ps: My blog is doing pretty damn well too now, gotta love the bonus! 😉
    pps: Love you, so wonderful seeing this again. You’re a phenon speaker!

  13. Leann Turpin - mode:Ovation! Maven says:

    Love it Pam! I think so many people struggle with this. Moving away from the hierarchical world view and owning our position at the top of our OWN pyramid seems counter-intuitive at first until we stop listening to others. I have sat on the sidelines for so long because I didn’t have the right “credentials” but my life experiences and the pursuit of my dreams are my credentials. Whether I pass them on to 2 million people or my 2 children, they are my legacy.

  14. Andy Pels says:

    Shall I chant?
    “This is who I am. It is enough.”
    “This is me. I will be kicking some ass today.”

  15. Pace Smith says:

    Ooh! We’re too sleepy tonight, but we’ll watch it tomorrow!

  16. Hi Pam – great video. Content like this is something that could be charged for, so thank you for making it available free!

    Cheers 🙂

  17. Rachael says:

    Brilliant. You’re just so goshdarned BRILLIANT. Thank you for sharing this with us. 🙂