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Organization
Pamela Ayuso

How to Clean the Clutter for a Fresh Perspective

Past experience tells me that an outside change must also occur with any change within us. It might be easy or uncomfortable, but I must allow it, and I will. In the meantime, I will enjoy my decluttered spaces. 

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Growth
Pamela Ayuso

Ultralearning: Improving Yourself and How You Learn Anything

My biggest takeaway is that I have not been as intentional about how I learn by setting up a plan and learning directly what I want to learn and have therefore wasted valuable time. If we know how to set up a strategy that works and then follow through with it, we will be able to achieve greater feats of learning.

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Organization
Pamela Ayuso

Adapting to Constant Change and How You Can Improve Your Company Structure

We sometimes put off the time to invest in our teams and company structure. I understand the urge to delay it, as we already have so much on our plates that we resist one more thing, and creating these structures takes time and effort. Ultimately, the project will be worthwhile, mainly because you will gain peace of mind but also because you will have continued to create an ever-evolving company that produces excellent and consistent results and that grows as it is meant to.

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Team
Pamela Ayuso

Professional Mentorship: Benefits for You and Your Mentee

With time, the people you teach will improve. As they improve, you will improve – “a rising tide lifts all boats.” Those you teach will teach you more than what you teach them, and you will feel fulfilled because you made this beautiful world a little bit better.

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Organization
Pamela Ayuso

Bridging the Gap between What Is Happening on the Frontlines and You

As your career progresses and you start to manage people, a phenomenon will occur. You will become more distant from the frontlines, the place where the majority of operations are occurring. It will happen naturally, as others will be involved in the day-to-day, and you will supervise and work on the company’s strategy.

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Design
Pamela Ayuso

Working Parents: How to Have it All – Or At Least Try To!

Being a parent is the hardest job. My advice is: above all, be flexible and do not be hard on yourself. Balancing parenthood and work is difficult, and we must all find our solutions. What matters is the intention and the effort. The rest will work itself out. Let me know if you have any other great ideas!

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Ultralearning: Improving Yourself and How You Learn Anything

My biggest takeaway is that I have not been as intentional about how I learn by setting up a plan and learning directly what I want to learn and have therefore wasted valuable time. If we know how to set up a strategy that works and then follow through with it, we will be able to achieve greater feats of learning.

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Adapting to Constant Change and How You Can Improve Your Company Structure

We sometimes put off the time to invest in our teams and company structure. I understand the urge to delay it, as we already have so much on our plates that we resist one more thing, and creating these structures takes time and effort. Ultimately, the project will be worthwhile, mainly because you will gain peace of mind but also because you will have continued to create an ever-evolving company that produces excellent and consistent results and that grows as it is meant to.

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Professional Mentorship: Benefits for You and Your Mentee

With time, the people you teach will improve. As they improve, you will improve – “a rising tide lifts all boats.” Those you teach will teach you more than what you teach them, and you will feel fulfilled because you made this beautiful world a little bit better.

Read more

Bridging the Gap between What Is Happening on the Frontlines and You

As your career progresses and you start to manage people, a phenomenon will occur. You will become more distant from the frontlines, the place where the majority of operations are occurring. It will happen naturally, as others will be involved in the day-to-day, and you will supervise and work on the company’s strategy.

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Pamela Ayuso - About the Author

Pamela Ayuso is an author and the co-founder and CEO of Celaque. She is a real estate entrepreneur and developer who has executive leadership experience in two of the most successful real estate developers in Honduras — managing operations at Alianza and leading Celaque. Celaque develops office and residential buildings and manages a broad portfolio of properties. Pamela’s focus is on growing Celaque into a model for the 21st-century company.

In addition to her role as CEO at Celaque, Pamela is a writer that offers practical business and personal development insights for other entrepreneurs and business leaders on her blog and LinkedIn. She published her first children’s book in 2019, Alicia and Bunnie Paint a Mural.

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Pamela Ayuso - About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Pamela Ayuso is an author and the co-founder and CEO of Celaque. She is a real estate entrepreneur and developer who has executive leadership experience in two of the most successful real estate developers in Honduras — managing operations at Alianza and leading Celaque. Celaque develops office and residential buildings and manages a broad portfolio of properties. Pamela’s focus is on growing Celaque into a model for the 21st-century company.

In addition to her role as CEO at Celaque, Pamela is a writer that offers practical business and personal development insights for other entrepreneurs and business leaders on her blog and LinkedIn. She published her first children’s book in 2019, Alicia and Bunnie Paint a Mural.

Pamela Ayuso - About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Pamela Ayuso is an author and the co-founder and CEO of Celaque. She is a real estate entrepreneur and developer who has executive leadership experience in two of the most successful real estate developers in Honduras — managing operations at Alianza and leading Celaque. Celaque develops office and residential buildings and manages a broad portfolio of properties. Pamela’s focus is on growing Celaque into a model for the 21st-century company.

In addition to her role as CEO at Celaque, Pamela is the author of Amazon best-selling book, Heptagram: The 7-Pillar Business Design System for the 21st Century. She offers practical business and personal development insights for other entrepreneurs and business leaders on her blog and LinkedIn. Her husband and her three wonderful daughters inspired the story of her first children’s book, Alicia and Bunnie Paint a Mural.       

Time Management for Busy Business Owners

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Pamela Ayuso will use the information on this form to be in touch with you and provide updates. You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at pamela@pamelaayuso.com. We will treat your information with respect. We use cookies and similar technologies to run this website and help us understand how you use it. For more information, read our Privacy Policy.

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