Pamela Wigglesworth


Pamela Wigglesworth CSP, in an author, an international marketing & entrepreneurship consultant, speaker, and the Managing Director of Experiential Hands-on Learning, a training and development company.

An American who has resided in Asia for over 27 years, she works with companies across multiple industries to increase their awareness, increase leads and ultimately increase sales. Pamela helps companies to strategize, systemize and monetize their business. In addition, she works C-Suite clients to achieve High Performance Presentation Mastery.

A Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), she is one of fewer than 800 Certified Speaking Professionals worldwide. The Certified Speaking Professional designation is conferred by the National Speakers Association (USA) on accomplished professional speakers who have met strict criteria.

She is the author of Small Business Acceleration: Get Noticed using Facebook, LinkedIn, Email Marketing, Public Relations and Video Marketing; Public Relations: An Easy, Step-by-step Guide to Creating a Public Relations Plan and The 50-60 Something Entrepreneur: How to Quickly Start and Run a Successful Small Business.

Recognizing the growing and unsettling trend of men and women in their 50’s and 60’s increasingly being pushed out of the corporate workplace at a time when finances are crucial to maintain the household expenses, medical issues and planning for longer lifespans, this led Pamela to write the book, The 50—60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur: How to Quickly Start and Run a Successful Small Business and created the online course of the same name to support entrepreneurs just starting out.

She has spoken in and/or conducted seminars in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and the United States.

Pamela was a motivational speaker at UN Humanitarian Affairs University Scholars Leadership Symposium 2013 in Manila, Philippines and in 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Invited by the United States Embassy Brunei Darussalam in conjunction with the Brunei Economic Development Board, Pamela conducted a series of workshops and talks on branding and marketing.

She is a member of the Global Speakers Federation and served as a past Vice President of the Asia Professional Speakers Singapore (APSS). Pamela is a founding board member of the PrimeTime Business and Professional Women’s Association in Singapore.

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Smashwords Interview

What’s the motivation behind the book, The 50-60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur?
The concept of writing an entrepreneurship book for people over 50 has been lingering in my mind for some time now. I’ve been a silent witness to people in their 50’s losing their jobs not because of any wrong-doing, but simply because of their age and the salary they were earning. Companies saw firing good people as a means of reducing cash outflow.

It wasn’t until this hit close to home when a family member was made redundant two days after her 51st birthday did I realize that people around me were also being affected by this forced job exodus and the subsequent implications this held for this demographic that I knew I had to take action.

The 50—60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur is my way of helping to get people back on their feet and thriving vs just trying to survive.
What is your writing process?
When I make the decision to write a new book, before I even begin to sit down to write the outline, I let the concept of the book stew in my mind for a while. This could be a few weeks or a few months. As the important topics to cover come to me, only then do I start to put ideas on paper.

Since my books are about business, I start by asking myself, ‘what does my audience want and what do they need to know to get to the end goal?’. I also ask, what do they need, yet don’t know they need and I write that down too.

Once I feel that I can take a person from start to finish, I flesh out the full outline, set a deadline and I’m ready to go. I may not write each chapter in order, I go with what I feel like writing and then sit down and write for 90-minute blocks of time.

When I write, some days I’ll get started at 5:00 in the morning and other times, I’ll dedicate 3 hours on a Saturday or Sunday. If I haven’t made the progress I want as the deadline approaches, then I may put in 4-5 hours over the weekend.
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Where to find Pamela Wigglesworth online


The 50-60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur: How to Quickly Start and Run a Successful Small Business
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 51,800. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Small business & entrepreneurship, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » New business enterprises
In The 50—60 Something Start-up Entrepreneur: How to Quickly Start and Run a Successful Small Business, fifty something entrepreneur Pamela Wigglesworth shares her step-by-step process that will show you exactly how to start and run your own small business using the entrepreneur path framework. Wigglesworth has taken the guess work out of what to do; where and how to begin as an entrepreneur.

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