We Want Them To Feel Empowered

Pamela Smith Author Interview

Blackface is a celebration of African Americans’ success in politics, art, and culture and how they can build their own success in their businesses. Why was this an important book for you to write?

It was important to write because we want to see more Black faces building big personal brands and positioning themselves as leaders. We want them to feel empowered and equipped while also letting the world know that we are equally capable of leading.

I appreciated the candid nature with which you told your story. What was the hardest thing for you to write about?

Personal development, leadership tips, and personal branding advice is for everyone, no matter the race, so the hardest thing was not what we wrote about, but the fact that we had to specifically write to blacks due to the lack of representation and systemic issues that prevent us from having access to tools and resources

What is one piece of advice someone gave you that changed your life?

“What you think about self is more important than what anyone else thinks. Make sure your internal dialogue is positive.”

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your story?

Having a black face should not exclude an individual. Black faces can lead well, build well, and serve well.

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African-Americans need more representation. It’s empowering to see those who look like you leading in their homes, communities, social circles, and careers. This is why building a personal brand is so important for black-faces. This book equips African-Americans with practical tools to build a personal brand develop as a leader, and serve with excellency. In this book you will learn:

– Why it’s vital for Blacks to think big, win big, and develop a big brand
– Personal Development Tips to be a self-leader
– How leadership at home helps with leading in society
– Community service and impact
– How to be an influencer in your social circle
– How to stand out amongst your colleagues in your career
– and the framework for creating a personal brand strategy that will elevate your life, business, ministry, and career

Pamela D. Smith is an Award-Winning Author, Evangelist, and Brand Developer. She has written over nine books and is proud to collaborate with her husband and three sons to empower other black faces.

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