When You Know It’s Time to Walk Away From a Difficult Situation

Know When to Walk Away advice on a cork notice board Do you find you’re not sleeping at night? Are you taking aspirins to relieve your splitting headaches? Have you complained to your friends about your “client from hell?”

These are signals that something isn’t right.

Taking Stock

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then it’s time to re-examine your client relationship and decide if you need to walk away. No one says it will be easy. …Read more…

Gone Fishing . . .

We all deserve some time off!

We all deserve some time off.

 

See you next week!

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Your Client’s Executive Assistant Can be Your Best Friend

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Your Best Friend

CEOs and other top-ranking executives these days are glued to their computers like the rest of us. But a high-powered executive assistant is still an essential fixture in the executive suite, even if her boss types his own memos.

In fact, she has taken on more important responsibilities in an increasingly fast-paced business world.

One thing has remained a constant. She still serves as the gatekeeper for her busy boss. …Read more…

In a Crisis, Emotions Are as Important as the Words

Survival concept, business man with gas mask isolated on whiteWhen a crisis hits, people don’t actually hear the words of reassurance. They listen with their emotions. Health officials repeatedly explained to the public that you can only become infected with the Ebola virus through direct contact with bodily fluids.

But polls reveal that a majority of Americans fear they can catch the virus through incidental contact and have little confidence in their government’s ability to manage the crisis. …Read more…