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Pamela Ziemann
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One Woman Show Trailer

Just performed my Alice Cooper vs. The Dairy Princess show in the very town where it all happened 40 years ago. This feels like the most honest thing I've ever done on stage. Not trying to convince anyone of anything, just speaking and acting out my truth.

I hosted an improv workshop after the show. Watching teenager express themselves in a safe and encouraging space felt amazing.

#soloperformance   #theater  
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Speaking with Your Authentic Voice Class

If you're looking for a transformational speaking class and live near Bellevue, WA, this event is for you! 

Get over stage fright once and for all. Be heard while comfortably saying what's in your heart in this safe and playful class.

Click below for more info and to register.

#Speaking   #Bellevue   #presentation   #Skills   #Classes   #stage   #fright  
Learn how to speak from your heart about what really matters! If you’ve ever felt tongue-tied or had a fear of public speaking, this non-textbook approach will be your saving grace. Join Pamela Ziemann, author of Giving Voice to Your Cause in this ultra-safe and fun environment. Overcome your inhibitions, find your unique voice and relate to others in an astonishing new way.
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Motivation with Jim Carrey

Keep going... do what brings you to life!

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Maybe it's just me, but I feel calm, happy and powerful watching my dog Ruby in slow motion. If you feel like a break from the hamster wheel, check it out and let me know your thoughts.

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whoa! that's great. His true tiger comes out.
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Never be tongue-tied again!

Speak from your heart about what really matters. If you have a fear of public speaking, join us in this ultra-safe environment for fun and transformation.

Learn how to speak from your heart about what really matters! If you’ve ever felt tongue-tied or had a fear of public speaking, this non-textbook approach will be your saving grace. Join Pamela Ziemann, author of Giving Voice to Your Cause in this ultra-safe and fun environment. Overcome your inhibitions, find your unique voice and relate to others in an astonishing new way.
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Deepening my Relationship with Nature

#nature   #fairies   #twisp   #wa  
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Live Performance

When a woman says she wants a new car, she wants a new life.

Here are some scenes from Becky's New Car. There's nothing quite like being on stage exploring what most women go through around mid life.
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How we Celebrated my Dad's Life and Death

The past 2 weeks have been some of the most magical of my life. I posted some of the highlights in this blog post.

#death   #Celebration   #Sacredness  
The sacredness of my Dad's death, how we made it special and memorable to honor and celebrate his life.
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Thanks so much +Tamara Belland I've been thinking about writing more - you came to mind with your screenwriting experience. Would love to talk with you sometime soon. 
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Creativity and Confidence Catalyst

Hi, I’m Pamela Ziemann, Thanks for stopping by!   

I help solopreneurs develop confidence and creativity from the inside out – and then boldly express their unique message to the world, so they can have the impact (and success) they desire.    

Boldly expressing our unique message isn't something that comes easy for most heart-centered entrepreneurs. But it's the very thing we need to do to succeed. 

If this girl, who rarely spoke as a child, can learn how to do it, I know you can too.

I observed life around me and tried to make sense of it. I tried to fit in. The church, politics, school, the whole midwestern, protestant work-ethic scene.  

One day in my early 20s I put what I could in my little Toyota truck and moved 1600 miles from my home. I didn’t really know what I was doing, but it felt like a step in the right direction. 

There was a certain amount of independence in my job as a real estate appraiser – but placing values on homes all day while reading metaphysical books at night was like having one foot in the old world and one in the new. I wanted what these authors wrote about… complete freedom.

So, in my 30s, I left my appraisal life behind to travel throughout Asia and Europe. Gave my house key to a renter and sent my dog to live with my parents. (Leaving him at the airport was the hardest part) 

Every page of my passport was stamped, but something was still missing. (Sure, you might think I found a guy who solved everything, but that’s not what happened.)

My life-changing moment came in the frozen food aisle at the grocery store. 

You’ve seen those brightly colored packages of frozen meals in a box? I bought them for years and believed the marketing health claims. I wasn’t super fat, but I wasn’t skinny anymore either. One day when I was about to toss a ‘Healthy Choice’ meal into my cart, I realized that these profit-driven corporations didn’t care about me at all. They cared about their bottom line. I’d been duped. Like so many people, I had fallen into the mindless consumerism trap. That was embarrassing for a self-proclaimed, free-thinker like me.

I was determined to stop relying on others and get back in touch with my own creative genius.  

There were times, here and there, when I felt completely connected to my inner wisdom. Like at a drumming circle. I knew exactly what to do as long as I stayed in my own rhythm. That feeling became my new benchmark. I wanted to feel like this all the time.

Another area of struggle for me was public speaking. It took me years to get up the nerve to speak to groups. When it was my turn, I was so scared I could hardly formulate a thought and speak at the same time. I had to memorize each line to get through it. But one day, at a National Speaker’s Convention, I learned a different way. The facilitator told us we each had a minute to speak or not speak, whatever moved us in the moment. No pressure. 

I decided ahead of time that when it was my turn I would simply be silent and enjoy the connection with others. A funny thing happened though. About 20 seconds into my minute, I intuitively felt like saying something to the woman across from me. It was unexpected. Words emerged from my heart, not my head. I wasn’t trying to figure anything out. People listened and I felt happy.

It was like taking off heavy armour and feeling surprisingly more powerful without it.  

It expanded to other areas of my life. I started wearing organic clothes because they felt better on my skin. I switched from a diet that benefited the large, industrial food systems to one that made me feel light, flexible and energized. I spoke my truth. I understood what I had read so many decades before in M. Scott Peck’s book The Road Less Travelled.  Transcend traditional culture. These were no longer just words on a page. It was a way of life. 

If you resonate with my story and would like to learn to develop the kind of ‘inside out’ confidence that just naturally attracts ideal customers, great relationships, and financial abundance – then check out my offerings or sign-up for a discovery session at

In addition to being a personal catalyst for others, I also share my learning by:

Formal Studies/Certifications:

Facilitator Training as a Speaking Circles Coach
Certified Raw Food Chef and Instructor Certificate from Living Light Culinary Arts Institute
Licensed Avatar Master
World Peace Diet Facilitator
Certified Reiki Master
Institute of Responsible Technology with Jeffrey Smith
DTM Toastmasters International
Business Degree Mankato State University

Personal Growth Studies:

Improvisation Skills, WingIt Productions and Freehold Theater
The Freedom Technique with Larry Crane
Flying Trapeze as Personal Growth - Omega Institute
Wizard Training - T. Harv Ecker
Emotional Freedom Technique
Voice & Solo Performance - Freehold Theater
Mas Sajady
Stuart Wilde

Diet Related Home Study:

Dr. Neal Barnard
Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Dr. Brian Clement


Skillpath, Workshop Presenter in USA, Canada & Australia
Topics: Communication Skills, Creativity, Confidence
Chicago Veganmania
Portland Vegfest
Bellevue College
Port Angeles Community College
Nash's Organics

Other Credentials:

Giving Voice to Your Cause: Speaking Tips for Nonprofit Professionals
Can You Be A Vegan: And Still Have Friends... Over for Dinner
Speak in the Now: Change Your Talk, Change Your Life CD
Speaking with Clarity, Confidence and Conviction

Other Facts about Me:

Therapy Reading Programs for kids with my dog Ruby
Volunteer at Community Supported Agriculture
Lose myself in Drumming Circles 
Relax and let go with Yin Yoga
Table Tennis (Yes, I even have trophies from USATT)
Engaged once, lived with him in Indonesia
Traveled throughout Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, Israel, Egypt, Costa Rica, Germany, England, Austria, France, Belgium and Italy most all of it as a single traveler. 

Bragging rights
Put all my stuff in a 10' Uhaul and moved out of Seattle to the small town of Sequim. I was lead role in the play Becky's New Car and a singer in the Musical Summer of Love. Now I'm in Tweaking Reality, an Improv troupe. This small town on the Olympic Peninsula is like living in Shangra La, but I still need to get back to Seattle every couple months to visit friends, the Mac Store and a variety of restaurants.
  • Mankato State University
    Business Administration, 1976 - 1980
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