EP 3 | Grab Power Back with Pam McKissick

Written by on August 30, 2022

If you want to play bigger, you need to learn how to stand up, speak out, and own your truth. My guest Pam McKissick is a businesswoman, artist, radio host, and co-author of Grab It Back! Equality, Money, Power & Sex, a book about owning your power in the home and the workplace.

Over the course of her career, Pam has not only mastered the art of making bold shifts out loud, she just may be the true inventor of the idea of playing bigger!

From the C-suite to the auction house, Los Angeles to Tulsa, Pam has an impressive track record of building organizations into major brands. Tune in to learn how she shifted from silence into advocating for women, how she keeps her teams accountable, and why I’d love for her to run for office.

Ready to play bigger? Listen now to discover:

  • The power of challenging self-limiting beliefs, both your own and those of others
  • What holds women back from stepping into their power (and how to change it!)
  • Why we’re seeing a rollback of hard-won feminist gains — and why we MUST lean in harder

Pam McKissick is a seasoned businesswoman, marketing executive, and radio host, known for her charismatic personality and uncanny ability to transform traditional thinking and chart new paths toward personal and professional growth.

She resides with her partner, Cheryl Gregory, on an 80-acre horse ranch in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They co-own BossMaresArt.com and are co-authors of Grab It Back! Equality, Money, Power & Sex.


01:58  Meet Pam McKissick

04:49  Pam’s shift-filled journey

08:21  “The lesbian that writes your checks”

12:57  Exploring theology

15:41  Back to L.A.

20:20  TV Guide & auctioneering

22:08  Holding people accountable & caring

25:13  What holds women back?

27:35  Checkbook mistake story

29:14  Challenging self-limiting beliefs & saying your truth

33:23  Our political era

36:05  Incels, Proud Boys & insurrectionists

38:47  BossMaresArt.com

42:09  Mislabeling politicians

45:06  Grab it back & quit trading compliments for cash


Pam McKissick






Feminists: What Were They Thinking? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5419676