What you think directly impacts how you behave, and how you behave directly impacts what you get out of life. And that, in turn, influences how you think and the whole cycle starts again.
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Hi! I’m your host Pam.
I’m the person my friends and family turn to for advice on everything from relationships to business and anything in between. They joke that they ask themselves “What would Pam do?” when they need direction, perspective, or a kick in the ass.
I’m joined by my partner in everything, CK, who’s heard my advice for over a decade, even when he didn’t want it.
On each episode of Not Bad Advice, we discuss one good idea that you can use right away no matter who you are or where you’re at in life.
After the practical advice portion of the show, we get a little more intuitive. On the fly, I will pull an Oracle card and offer a perspective on what the card is asking us to consider, pay attention to, or let go of. You don’t have to believe in intuition or wisdom from the universe or anything, really, for the perspective to have meaning.
We’re all different, so while good advice is universal, you should listen with an open mind, see what resonates for you, and apply it in a way that makes sense in your life.
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