Tag Archives: Personal Assistant

Subtle resume mistakes that cost job seekers

When it comes to resumes, most people know to look out for the deadly spelling and grammar errors.  But did you know there are other factors that can be just as terminal?  Take a moment to see if your resume is carrying a hidden job search killer…   Strange Resume …

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Don Turner: Being a Male Celebrity Assistant

There is a certain gender stigma attached to specific industries within the workplace. To the lay person, a Personal or Executive Assistant is usually seen as a female; both television and cinema often depict a successful business mogul having his or her own female assistant. The reality is that the …

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How your PA will raise your EQ

Countless research keeps telling us that the secret to success lies in our EQ: our ability of being and acting Emotionally Intelligent. There are guidelines and coaching sessions available. The thing is, if you aspire to be truly successful there is no way you could use your EQ to its …

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Making (and Keeping) It Personal

practicing better workplace etiquette

Our 24/7 instant-access virtual world has taken the “person” out of “personal,” even in private service. Until we all turn into robots with hard drives that we plug into a power station, I suggest we take a breath and slow down long enough to remember that we are all living, …

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Why you should share your goals with your PA…

Each year we start off strong and jolly by making New Year’s resolutions and making lists of new and exciting goals. We analyze our past efforts, draw conclusions and we are audaciously motivated to get all of planned goals achieved this year. Yes, this year will be your year! Now, …

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Great Fortunes Await Abroad!

If you are young and educated has there ever been a better time to jump ship and get clear of the country that is Britain today? Face facts, if you are a young person you are very unlikely to have the same opportunities your parents had, you are probably saddled …

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