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This post originally appeared on Girlboss.com By Eva Grant Are you the type of person who jumps into the new year, guns a-blazing, only to find yourself fizzled out a few weeks later? Burnout is real. Here’s how to guard against … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on MorganMcKinley.co.uk Our office support and admin recruitment team speak to a professional PA, with a successful career, on the reality and the must-dos in order to get your first PA job. I have spoken to … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on TheGoodTrade.com By Katina Mountano Let’s Be More Present this Year We are often pulled in a million different directions. We are distracted by our technology and constantly tuned in to the 24/7 news cycle. At times, … Continue reading
The holiday season can be a little stressful for freelancers. We don’t necessarily follow the same schedules as the corporate world and can often find November and December to be some of our busiest times. Read on to find how … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on PracticallyPerfectPA.com. While this post (and website) caters more towards Executive/Administrative Assistants, all of us (PAs or not) can take something away from these tips! You know that sinking feeling when you come back from a long … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on TheNest.com By Molly Thompson Being a personal assistant has — thankfully — evolved from the days of “Honey, come take a letter.” While you still need to be well-versed in basic administrative skills such as … Continue reading
Networking is important in every industry, but it is ESPECIALLY important in the world of PAs and freelancers. This great piece (originally from Standard.co.uk) talks about how networking for professional women is changing in London. Forget forced encounters in soulless … Continue reading