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Thursday, 08 March 2007

Please join me and Bob Sutton on the radio tomorrow, 3/9 at 11am PST


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After a long planning cycle, I am very excited to announce the launch of my new internet radio show, debuting tomorrow with my favorite University Professor Bob Sutton, author of the very celebrated book The No Asshole Rule:  Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't

You can join in on the conversation by calling into the show at 1-866-472-5790

Show details:

Date:  Friday, March 9
Time:  11am Pacific Standard Time
Topic:  How has corporate life gotten so unbearable?
To listenClick here

If I am lucky enough to count you as a listener for the whole 13-week series, an easy way to access the show is to click on the "Download Desktop Icon" in the upper right-hand corner of the page referenced above under "to listen".  This will give you direct access to the show each week, and the ability to download shows.

Thanks to everyone for your support and encouragement along the way -- I hope to reach you tomorrow!


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Anna Farmery

Congratulations - sounds a great venture and I am sure with your passion, energy it will be huge success.


There will be one listener who will be whooping it up in his den!

I wish you well. I really do, because I have dreamed for this day too. Go Pam. Go wow them and have a fantastic show today.

Be well and enjoy it. Relax in your slax and have fun. Don't forget to breathe!

Best wishes for today


Glenda Watson Hyatt

Great show, Pam. You rock!


Indeed! Great show Pam!

Pamela Slim

Robert, Anna and Glenda:

Thank you all SO MUCH for your encouragement! It really means a lot to have cheerleaders behind me.

I was a little shakey before the first show, worried about managing the breaks, technology, etc., but once I got rocking and rolling, it was a blast. I can't wait to do it again next week, and stir up some more trouble.

On a funny note, the engineers who produced my show at the station told me that they loved how many times I used the word "asshole" on the show -- I guess it isn't in the usual flavor of business channel vocabulary. Whatever it takes to shake things up! :)

Have a great weekend, and may your wonderful support and energy boomerang right back at you for your OWN great entrepreneurial adventures.



I noted the asshole useage too and also noted that you relaxed more after saying it.

Definately you need to have an anchor like this for the next shows too.

I was so proud and pleased to listen to your first radio show.

Also, glad you finished with a reminder to dial in questions. I will next time.

It was so good. I hope you had a blast. It sounded as if you did!

Best wishes until next week


Glenda Watson Hyatt

And I loved the music clips used. Very appropriate! I think "Take this job and shove it" would be a cool theme song, although you don't want to encourage people to burn bridges while escaping their cubicles.

Anyway, sis, enjoy the glow. You deserve it.

Bob Sutton


Thanks so much for making me your first guest. I forgot it was your first show after about 15 seconds; you were smart and fun to talk to,and frankly, far better prepared than most interviewers. I especially liked how you brought a blend of realism and optimism about managing career to the conversation.

Good luck with this adventure.




I'd also like to add that Bob was a superb guest.

He had me knocked back on my feet because I was anticipating some serious tight-assed Oxford don/professorial type!

Wow was I wrong. Bob was so laid back and full of charm and the ease of delivery and eagerness to engage the listener in the conversation was so terrific. I guess there is humour in abundance in the man too.

As a kickoff show, it was so excellent. Bob and you were the Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire of VoM at that time!

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