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This post originally appeared on CareerGirlDaily.com It happens to the best of us. Whether you’re working from home or sitting in the office, there are just times when you cannot focus. You just don’t know how to concentrate on work without … 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
This post originally appeared on Refinery29.com Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash What do ClassPass, Bumble, and Birchbox all have in common? Besides being universally loved by millennials, these companies were all founded by women. Every year more and more females are turning their … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on HuffingtonPost.com. By Raymond Wali The common term for the balance between life and work is “work-life” balance. I would argue that we’re putting too much emphasis on work by putting it first. It’s time we start … Continue reading
This isn’t an article about the song ‘Self Preservation Society’ from the film The Italian Job or a kind of weird jam, but I think the title is apt and the subject something that I’ve been working on a lot … 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