Personal assistants: A busy executive’s most powerful secret weapon

It’s about freedom.

In my work as the personal assistant to Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis (“Moonstruck”), my goal every day was to free Olympia to do the things that only she could do. These included memorizing her lines, going for a costume fitting and working out with her yoga instructor. I did everything else and I did it for 25 years.

My job was about maximizing our 24 hours each day. This is what an assistant can do. In 2017, assistants aren’t only for celebrities. It is a relationship that can impact your life in profound ways. Your assistant can be your right arm, trusted ally and even a surrogate at meetings. When utilized properly and fully, she can enhance your business by acting as a strategic partner and freeing you up to make even more profits. S/he can also enable you to have more free time to enjoy those things that feed your soul.

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Personal assistants: A busy executive’s most powerful secret weapon

One thought on “Personal assistants: A busy executive’s most powerful secret weapon

  • March 27, 2017 at 10:52 pm
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    Allowing your personal assistant to do what they were hired to do is a great way to give you time to focus on what you need. Being able to have more time to get the things done that you need to is a great idea. I would imagine that making sure you find a personal assistant who is experienced in your type of business would help ensure everything is done correctly.

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