Pamela D. Smith is an Evangelist, multi-Amazon bestselling author, international speaker, and life and business coach. Pamela has self-published 6 books, a prayer journal, and released a prayer cd. She is also the visionary author in a book collaboration titled, Dear Go(o)d Girl. Pamela has a Master's Degree in Business Management and she continues to take courses and training in management, business development, marketing, sales, and self-publishing. She has taught and delivered the word of God on a variety of platforms and she continues to minister the gospel of Jesus Christ outside of the traditional pulpits and podiums.
PATRICE RIVERS: As an international speaker, what are your topics of interest and where do you speak at?
PAMELA SMITH: My topics range as I am an inspirational speaker and I also speak on business topics related to publishing and books. I love to speak on aligning success with spirituality as I do want women to know that they can be spiritual and still be successful.
PATRICE: Has speaking ever changed your life for a split second?
PAMELA: Every time God gives me the grace to stand before His people, my life is changed, because after each speaking engagement I tell myself that I can be more and I can do more so that others are inspired and God gets the glory. By constantly reminding myself of that I continue to evolve.
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