I live in Nottingham in the UK, with my girlfriend Annie (the clever tech-brain behind my business!) plus three cats and six rescue chickens.
I'm a complete nut about yoga and wish it was on prescription for every single person. My fave is Kundalini yoga which is suitably quirky for me.
I love to wear a tutu, not for ballet but for any day I feel the urge (including whilst camping as in the picture here!). It gets me some strange looks in the supermarket.
Even a quick walk round the park usually involves a lot of glitter and sparkle. Dress up to cheer up, I say!
My mum went viral on LinkedIn, at 83 years old, videoed taking out the bins, singing in an evening dress and sparkly heels. That might tell you all you need to know, if you're trying to work me out.
The important thing, for me, is people. Connecting, understanding, spreading smiles and making sure anyone I meet realises how fabulous they are. Online or in person, I'm all about the fabulousness of folks.
Here's the professional bio bit too, in case you need it...
Pam Burrows has been helping leaders and teams stress less and perform better for over 30 years, both locally and internationally.
She previously travelled globally delivering researched behaviour change strategies to blue chip companies.
With one of her key customers she was awarded a European Health and Safety award for reducing stress in the workplace. She is a qualified Nursery Nurse, Social Worker and a Master Practitioner in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP). She blends this range of knowledge with techniques that empower positive behaviour change and boost wellbeing.
Her sessions, whether in person or online, are interactive and energising with practical takeaways.
She is a Fellow of the Professional Speaking Association.
Happy customers :
Tetra Pak, Nottingham City Homes, Experian, BNI UK&I, Tuntum Housing, Mansfield and Ashfield District Councils, numerous Head Teacher groups, Pendragon, Nottingham Uni Business School, ABLE, APSE, Keyloop, Sheffield SELA, Motorola Solutions, Baxter Pharmaceuticals, Convatec, the Crown Prosecution Service and the Scottish Government