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Pam has never sold product from the stage. She focused solely on speaking until there was a large request for something to take home that would reinforce the important concepts from her programs. Pam keeps her product line to three simple items that pack a powerful productivity punch and a great message about having a good time.

If the product you receive does not meet your expectations, please contact Pam and she will make good on her offer to stand behind all her products and services.

Beyond the Ice Cream Cone

Beoyond the Ice Cream Cone

This "coffee table" style book will satisfy your appetite for solid historical facts done with a light touch. Beyond the Ice Cream Cone is an in-depth look at the history of food at one of the 20th century's most awe-inspiring events, the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.

You'll learn little known or never-before-told stories about what people ate and drank at the Fair and how companies like Pillsbury, Heinz, Jell-O, and many others tried to influence the fairgoer through food education and lots of free samples.

If you associate the ice cream cone, iced tea, or the hot dog with the 1904 World's Fair, you will want to read Pam's Chapter 10 as she dispels the myths and clarifies the legends associated with food at the Fair. Learn what foods were introduced at the event, but never became national icons.

If you are a culinary enthusiast, you will enjoy a look back at many of the recipes found in Mrs. Sarah Tyson Rorer's, World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book as well the story of this legend of cookery and dietetics. Enjoy seeing the menu items and prices from the popular restaurants at the Fair. Pam Vaccaro uses all original documents to tell a new and authentic story about food and the people, who grew, sold, cooked, displayed, served, demonstrated and enjoyed it at the Fair.

Dedicated to the American Farmer, this 180-page book includes 165 photos of scenes from the Fair, reproductions of rare mementos from World's Fair collectors, and original recipes from a signed copy of the souvenir cookbook.

Price: $23.95



15 favorite tips from the last 15 years of Designs on Time

15 favorite tips from the last 15 years of Designs on Time

When Pam decided to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Designs on Time, she produced this popular cd. Although she is constantly challenging ideas of traditional time management theories, she professes that there are a few that remain good counsel. Pam includes those along with her new favorites from the last few years.

Hear Pam's best practices for handling distractions, managing paper flow, using your best time of day, controlling FDD-Focus Deficit Disorder, developing the HLE habit-highest level of effectiveness, and how to have the time of your life.

Price: $15.00



"Tickler File"

Tickler File

The United States Army did more than fight battles with the enemy. It also fought the mounds of paper battle when it invented the "call up file" in the middle of the 20th century. This old technology cannot be topped if you still have paper in your life. The "tickler file," "call-up file" or "file-sorter" as it has been called, handles paper that needs your attention at a future time. With sections 1-31 for the current month and Jan-Dec for upcoming months, the file holds paper items that are due or need to be looked at further out than 24 hours. Make piles of paper on your desk disappear when you assign each piece to the "tickler file" and then pull the current day items for your attention and action.

Even if your virtual desk is doing fine, your real paper still needs to be controlled. It's the best and nearly impossible to find in popular office supply stores.

Price: $20.00